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You must know how lucky you are.
I suffered a loss as you did and I found myself very much alone. My husband passed away in 1997 after seven years of suffering with heart disease, and finally, lung cancer. I was left to care for our teen-aged daughter by myself.
Yet I can attest to the fact that time is a powerful healer, as is faith.
My daughter, now twenty-two years old is a student at SMU (my alma mater) and she is doing remarkably well. She is a bright, sweet, well-adjusted young lady that would have made her father proud. We often think of her father and we honor his memory. Knowing that he is no longer in pain is a tremendous comfort to us.
Since my husband’s death, I have gone to culinary school. Cooking has been a life-long passion for me. It is a way of expressing a wide variety of beautiful things.
Somehow your story has touched something deep within me and I want to express some fellowship.
Perhaps if you are up to it, a group of my fellow chefs can prepare a dinner for you and your family and friends. If this sounds like something you would like, let me know. I would be happy to talk to you about it first over the telephone. I can be reached at (972) 335-3495.
However, I must comment on how small the world is. Tricia knew the Dishmans as a schoolgirl up North. Then came back in touch with the family in TX. Tricia married my husband, Mark’s brother. Now I read that Paul Baxter’s wife was a college classmate to Peter Dishman, and Paul Baxter was a college friend of Mark. It is just amazing to me how people can travel in what seems like large circles only to find little connections