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Beth W.

Sounds beautiful.


Little silver linings are everywhere, if you just look.

It's so good to see a new post here, Terrilynn.


It is indeed the 'give and take' or the 'ebb and flow' of life..


MMMMMMMMmmmm. smile.


Hey girl!


How are you? I've been thinking of you, especially during the storm.


Goodbye darling T-L. We love you. And we will never forget you.

Deb Bowen

All who love Terri-Lynn,
She died last night, Memorial Day, at about 7 p.m. at the Hospice Care Center in Wilmington. Plans are underway for a celebration of her life, as she wished. Look for information on Wednesday in the Star News of Wilmington - www.starnewsonline.com. She wanted lots of flowers! This post made at the behest of Terri-Lynn's sister Traci.
Wishing peace,

Deb Bowen

Terri-Lynn Sykes was born December 24, 1958. Come share happy memories on Saturday, May 30, 2009 any time between 2-6 p.m. at 1418 Navajo Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409. Terri-Lynn loved flowers, so please bring some. (Pot-luck would also be appreciated!) Donations may be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation in her honor.


This makes me so very sad. I wish I could be there. Even though I never met her, I loved her writing and hated that she was sick. Rest in Peace, Terri Lynn.


Terri-Lynn was one of my first, and one of my very best, blog friends. I'm so honored to have spent time with her in person, and to witness her amazing spirit in the face of this battle. She will be missed. My heart aches.

Keeping her family - especially Liam - in my thoughts and prayers.

Linda King

I never had the priviledge of meeting Terri Lynn but she was such a special blogger. My prayers to all of you who knew her personally and especially Liam. Liam, your mother loved you dearly. Keep the wonderful, happy memories of her in your heart and then she never dies.
Linda King


I am planting a peony in my mountain garden for Terry Lynn...her "invisible friends" loved and adored her, too.


I just stumbled on her blog tonight. I read a few entries and then clicked on the "About Me" to discover that she wrote this wonderfully moving beautiful poem about herself...my sympathies to all of you who loved her and knew her - she sounds and reads like an amazing woman. I am sorry I did not get to know her.


I regularly come across comments from Terrilyn on my blog and get a shiver and tear. I have photo of her and Liam that I have kept on my desk for the past couple of years to remind me to send them healing love. Another blogger told me of her death, which is so hard to believe because she seemed so full of life and love. I wish all her family peace and strength.

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I sure miss you, lady. And wonder about Liam all the time.


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