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6/10/09   Post #000 001

  Dedicated to: Friends  


I dedicated beads in honor of the women of Chemo Sept 08...who are undoubtedly the strongest women I will ever have the honor to be "sisters" with. Together, we have forged an unbreakable sisterhood...all because we had started chemo at the same time for breast cancer. I could not have made it through treatment without these women and I love each and every one of them.

Together, we will not only survive...we will prevail over breast cancer!

I love you! Robin McRath 06/10/09

- from: Robin McRath


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10/26/03   Post #000 002

  Dedicated to: Danielle Pociluyko  


My name is Lindsey and I chose to dedicate my blue "D" bead to my best friend Danielle.

I love you Dani!

- from: Lindsey Todd


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11/17/03   Post #000 003

  Dedicated to: Susan & Karen  


Hi,
My name is Susana Silvestri and I leave in Tequesta, Florida. 
I am native of Venezuela (South America) and came to leave in USA 1990.  Since then I feel that I am part of this beautiful country, now I am married and have two children (all americans).
The patriotism, the faith and the freedom of this country has inspire me to sign my daughter's girls scout troop (146) into the Jupiter-Tequesta parade (December 14, 2003), in which we will be henoring our troops in Iraq, their families and all the wonderfull veterans that have made this country the best in the world.  They deserve our respect!!
The girls have created an Aerican Flag with their hand print, that had bring tears to every person that I have show it to.  This flag will be send to Iraq as a Holiday present to our great soldiers. (This is just a little part of our performance)
I though that I will share with all of you our little contribution to honoring our soldiers, veterans and their families.
If you would like to get a copy of our float performance, feel free to contact me at Silvestrigang@yahoo.com, please identify the e-mail by putting "Jupiter-Tequesta Parade" in the subject, I will be happy to forward you a copy, via e-mail. 
Try to be there to show your support!!!
Love to everyone and to the whole world!

- from: Susana Silvestri
 


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3/21/04   Post #000 004

  Dedicated to: Kellie Foxx Gonzales  


Adam Kavanewsky 6520 North Ocean blvd

- from: Adam Kavanewsky


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5/18/04   Post #000 005

  Dedicated to: Joella Nicolay  


JOELLA WAS MY GOOD FRIEND.I MISS HER EVERY DAY SINCE HER PASSING IN JAN. SHE ALWAYS HAD TIME TO LISTEN TO OTHER PEOPLE'S PROBLEMS.
SHE ALSO LOVED ALL ANIMALS, AND WOULD DO ANYTHING IN HER POWER TO HELP AN ANIMAL IN NEED. JOELLA HATED TO SEE ANY TYPE OF CRITTER SUFFER. SHE ALWAYS ASKED HOW MY DOBE CAESAR WAS, HE'S FROM A SHELTER. JOELLA LOVED HER HUSBAND WITH ALL HER HEART. AND WORSHIPED THE GROUND HE WALKED ON. I LIKE TO THINK SHE'S IN HEAVEN , WITH NO MORE PAIN, HOSPITALS AND PILLS. WAITING FOR ALL HER PETS AND FAMILY TO SHOW UP AT THE RAINBOW BRIDGE.


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from: Debra Cahill

 


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3/29/06   Post #000 006

  Dedicated to: Betty Waldron  


Hi, my name is Nia and i would like to dedicate my silver african bead to my recently deceased theatre teacher Mrs. Betty Waldron! I had to dedicate it to her and no one else because she first got me interested in theatre and without her I don't think I could ever be where I am now! Hi Mrs. Waldron just want to tell you i love you and I got into Bak Middle School of the Arts! I am a theatre major!

- from: Nia Benjamin


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10/29/06   Post #000 007

  Dedicated to: Pam, Pat and Louise  


Hello to my family in Omaha, NE and Baltimore, MD. The three beads I dedicated to the 3 women who made me who I am today. To my mom who always gave me the other side of life even through her own struggle. Though you were young you still made an impact on my life. To my Grandmother Pat, You taught me to use that six sense that God has given. You have also taught me to be true to myself and fight for what is right. To my Great Gradmother Louise, I can't put into words how greatful I am for your ultimate sacrfice to raise a baby girl. You put me through school and was always there when I needed a shoulder to cry on. You done good!! You raised 3 independent women in the right way. Though we may stray from time to time, you still taught us to love others, pray and seek God for guidance. For this I am truly greatful! You all are the true meaning of love!! Love you!!! Stonsie

- from: Constonsa Alexander


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7/2/08   Post #000 008

  Dedicated to: Nancy L. Mahieu  


My mother-in-law was a flaming red head that always spoke her mind. She developed cancer and lost her voice box. No longer able to speak didn't hinder her as she new sign language and continued to work and contribute to her community. She was not just my mother-in-law, she was my best friend. Her cancer returned 10 years later, this time attacking her lungs and we lost her but I will never forget the strength and courage this woman had to fight the disease and continue to speak her mind on paper and with her hands.

- from: Teresa Mahieu


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7/8/08   Post #000 009

  Dedicated to: David Basch  


This ice cream cone bead below is dedicated to David Basch. The story behind it goes as follows:

One day this early summer, I took a shortcut through a known disadvantaged neighborhood, and I saw David next to his car on the side of the road.

I stopped thinking he had car trouble and asked him if he needed help. "Oh no", he smiled and shook his head, - "the car is fine. I am just waiting for the ice cream truck." "I didn't know you liked ice cream that much", I replied. His answer surprised me: "Not me. You know, there are so many poor families here and all the kids playing outside with little to do. So I'm always coming here and I buy them their ice cream."

So I asked "you are doing this often?" "Yeah", he replied "it's the least thing I can do for them".

This brief encounter that day is very inspiring and touches me every time I remember it. David passed away barely 4 weeks later.

- from: Troy Webster


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9/27/03   Post #000 010

  Dedicated to: High School Friends  


Beads  # 730 to 769 are dedicated to a group of people who are very special to me: my high school class, the teachers and the high school itself.

Only later in life do we truly appreciate the beautiful time we had, and the precious gift of knowledge that we were given. Today is that class' first reunion and marks the 25th year of its Graduation.

Thank you Mozartgymnasium, for the wonderful memories!

- from: Ingrid Webster

 


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