Thursday, June 25, 2009

One hand, one heart

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Walnut Creek, circa 1984

11 comments:

  1. Thanks for posting this, Dan. It's beautiful. Lots of love, alecia

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  2. That was beautiful. I always loved to hear them sing together.

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  3. What a beautiful moment to capture an eternity of love! Thank you for sharing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

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  4. Just as we will always remember! Seriously, they are amazing! We love you guys and think of you constantly!

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  5. What a priveledge is was to accompany them many times as they sang. Thank you for that video, the memories are so precious.

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  6. What a beautiful song and wonderful reminder that this separation is very temporary for them! Our family absolutely adore your parents and we are so sorry for your loss. Thank you for doing this blog to keep us informed and for comforting US during such a difficult time for you. You all obviously have your parents strength and consideration. We are thinking and praying for all of you!

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  7. This video of your parents singing together is absolutley beautiful and moved me to tears. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this diffucult time. Thank you for keeping us posted. We love you Dan!

    Emily, Mike, and Grant Man Clark

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  8. How beautiful they have always sounded together. Your mom will be sorely missed. The reminder that their seperation is temporary is a wonderful testimony builder for all of us. Thank you so much for all the work in keeping up this blog at this difficult time in your lives. God bless you and comfort you during these dark days. Love
    The Densley's, Ken, Melody, Nalina, Shaun, and Joshua

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  9. What a stunning moment and fitting tribute to them. Thank you for sharing. Kent definitely got Gail's genes. :)
    Jennie (Gardner) Savage

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  10. Daniel, This is a huge reminder how much you look like your dad. I felt like I was watching you. I'm glad you also carry his strength. Kristen, you may not look or sing like Kathy (non of us can), but you definitly have her kind heart and and her classy way of conducting reself proper for every situation reverent to silly fun. I can see why she was so thrill to have you as a daughter in-law.

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  11. my very first memories of musicals came from your mom and dad. Two great memories come to mind, the first musical I ever saw was when your parents performed in Oklahoma!! It was when we were younger but even in High School when I performed as Will Parker(your Dad played Curly I believe) It helped to confirm my love for that Musical. I now share that movie with my daughters. The second, memory is of your family brining me to Fenton's with you in the old Toyota van, If I remember correctly it was bluish grey. Anyway, we listened to musicals all the way home. I still think of that day whenever I sing the song "Traditions" from "Fiddler on the Roof." I mostly sing it to make fun of someone, but I still think of that day when I do. Anyway, it is your mom that helped me to love "food glorious Food" in Children's Choir. Thanks Daniel for all that your parents have done for me and everyone else that has had a memory like this one because of your parents.

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