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In a message dated 04/11/2000 12:47:31 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
Gailjo3@aol.com writes:  Caitlin, someone
sent me this today. I've read it before, but can't remember who wrote it. But 
it makes good reading for any young, or for that matter not so young, woman. 
send you the name when I find it.   Love and Hugs, Grandma Gail

<< >> After a while, you learn the subtle differences between holding a hand
   >>chaining a soul; and you learn that love doesn't mean
   >> leaning, and company doesn't mean security; and you begin to learn that
   >>kisses aren't contracts, and presents aren't promises, and you  begin to
   >>accept your defeats with your head up and your eyes open, with the grace
   >>of a
   >>man or woman, not the grief of a child...you plant your own garden and
   >>decorate your own soul instead of waiting for someone to bring you
   >>And you learn that you really can endure, that you really are strong,
   >>and you
   >>really do have worth.  And you learn and learn. 
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