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Donna Bates

Overheard: It was shared with me at church some people were concerned about my caree. Several comments_mysql were overheard by another family member. After 50 years of attending the same church, one would think people wouldn't be shy about approaching. But as the body ages, and begins to look publicly frail, others seem to shy away. I overheard so many concerning comments_mysql I wrote a gentle note to the pastor addressing her condition. Yes, she is frail. Yes, she knows you but can not speak clearly, and yes hugs are always welcome.\nIt is nice to overhear genuine concern but don't be afraid to approach. It's ok.