4 thoughts on ““Find What You Love and Let it Kill You.”

  1. It’s true Ilene! But then age is just a number, no? I’m not sure how old you are but here are a few numbers for you that I think help make our point (good taste and friendship being irrespective of one’s age): I am 33. My husband is 55 and I have a stepson who is 27. He is the most devoted brother to my husband Tom and my new baby girl – Reya, who is 9 weeks old. My closest friends are 61, 55, 26, and 28 years of age. And my life has always been this way! I have always been drawn to who people are, not how old they are, and as such never seemed to have any sort of “in my age-group clique.” So I’m not in the least surprised that we seem to have so much in common – it’s just wonderful!!

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