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Wednesday early

Oh, to wake up after a comfortable night in my own bed with a wide-open window at my head and fresh summery air pouring in, listening to the millions of birds going bananas out there. Heaven. I’ll have my good frozen pancakes for breakfast in a few minutes.

Thank you, everyone, for the literally DOZENS of loving comments, emails, and texts. It’s overwhelming to see how much my quiet little life has touched the world and made things better. I wish I could give each of you the long, heartfelt reply that you deserve. Please know how much your words, and yourselves, mean to me <3

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4 Responses to “Wednesday early”

  1. Melanie

    I just wanted to thank you for your free gift of books to so many. Listening to you read The Saturdays (and the sequels), and many other of your recordings is a precious memory that my children and have shared. My “I don’t like to read” son eagerly listed to the whole Melendy quartet and was excited when his younger sister had her turn to listen. :) Thank you so much.

  2. Gina

    You’ve impacted a lot of people. I hope you did enjoy the pancakes and the sound of birds.

  3. Brenda Hamilton

    I’ve been re-listening to The Secret Garden. One of my many favorite KayRay reads. I perused through all the beautiful projects you have posted on Ravelry too. Isn’t it amazing how many happy ripples a quiet life makes. Bless you for being a stranger who came into my home all unknowingly and made my own small quiet life brighter. May you have a wonderful time with ones you love, for whatever time you have left and when the time comes, may your passing be calm and peaceful. Step into the light with grace. XX

  4. Carolyn

    I found your recorded books because I was looking for an audio version of the Betsy-Tacy series for my daughter. I think you are the only person to have recorded the later books in that series! Your Betsy-Tacy is probably still my daughter’s favorite, but you also introduced her to many other books that have become her friends. She has struggled to learn to read, and you have brought many, many more books to her than I could have given her on my own. Thank you.

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