Sometimes Words Fall Short

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9 thoughts on “Sometimes Words Fall Short

  1. Jess Dickey

    You are so incredibly amazing…those words are indeed short for how much admiration I hold in my heart for you. Again, I am moved to tears by your words. I am so happy beyond words that you won and you have beautiful knockers to boot. I am looking forward to the day when I get to finally put my yoga mat down next to yours and practice together. Sending love, love love. xoxoxo

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  2. Amylyn Amberger

    I am breathing in your words and feeling your souls journey…. You have a gift Ali Goodwin…for expression through words and images. I am smiling and my heart is happy for you and all that awaits you. Love and light….

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  3. Darlene Heon

    You don’t know me but I know about you through Jess Dickey. She told me of your battle and your words were amazing and they DID make sense. So happy you beat the ugly beast! Sail on!

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  4. deirdre von spiegelfeld

    well, i don’t think i can write anything that will come close to that. you are amazing. which maybe isn’t the perfect word for someone who endured the darkness and reemerged in the light a changed woman. your story, i admit, has struck fear in me, but i am so happy that you have won and moved beyond fear into some kind of something stunning that i cannot possibly imagine. i would like to belt out a really loud, and possibly obnoxious, WOO HOOOOOOO for you!!!!!!!!!!!

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  5. Jean Williams (Miss Jean)

    The word amazing was used so much in your friends comments and that word is so true. You have a very honest and unique way of telling us about your life. You are are truly AMAZING. So happy to hear that you and your doctors beat that cancer. Your future is wide open and I am sure you will live your life to the fullest. Love you.

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