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October 08, 2015

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Kim Mailhot

What a beautiful remembrance space you have created, Stephanie!!! Enjoy the celebrations!

rebecca

your love and devotion grow with the years. the final death- when no one remembers us-you keep this death far at bay with your inspiring offrendas. so honored to have shared the cobblestone and the allure of dia de los muertos by your side.
love you dearly
xo

lyle baxter

thank you for sharing your "remembrance" with us. I just put out the memory boxes I made in the past and was glad to see they made the move from north to south. don't know if the day of the dead is celebrated here in Fla. but I would think it would be with so many residents who have roots in latin America. .

gkirua

Just beautiful Stephanie. The words touched my soul.

Kelly

How perfectly this poem fits with how I feel about Dia de los Muertos. Wonderful photos too!

Deb Taylor

I continue to return here, to be bathed in the orange glow, to feel the love. I love you Woman. Gorgeous photos.

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