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    I am Keats as you are by glenn

    To suggest that Glenn Peirson was indefatigable would be an enormous understatement, for he retained his trademark sense of wry humour to the end of his days. “Please understand,” he wrote a few months prior to his death, “the tall, hooded fellow with the black robe and boney fingers and long sickle isn’t hanging around me. He might be in the other room, but I would just as soon find him and throw him out of the house head first . . . ” And again, just nine weeks prior to his death, he ended a note to family and friends with this marvellous perspective on life and living: “Until…

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                  How to say (May 24, 2009) The way to say “I love you” to someone is to say “I love you” to that person This has come to my attention recently “I love you” means “I love you” and merits being said to the person for whom you feel that love Various gestures and clipped phrases do not actually say “I love you” As lovely as a home-cooked casserole or cheque for some needed money or gift certificate for an indulgence is and is loving, nurturing, caring It is not the same as saying “I love you” it is not “Love ya”’ or…