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  1. Janai Lowenstein

    Jen ~ My compassion to you and my congratulations to you. Your website is funalicious and poignant. I’m a happy Grandmother of a toddler, reliving so many memories. Can’t resist suggesting you hit my website and read my blog on:
    You’ll enjoy my funship in grandparenting. Thanks to you for your wonderful contribution to parenting! :)

  2. Ann Delaney

    Today is the anniversary of my father’s death. So I posted funny memories of him on my blog. It seems like the right thing to do…and I know he is laughing along. Making funny (or what we think are funny) remarks is how our family deals with the difficult times, too. And through the jokes, we tackle the uncomfortable subjects of sickness, death, and funeral wishes.
    Thank you for your contributions to the cause!

  3. Kathleen Coleman

    You are so right, it is so important to laugh. In fact, it is medically proven that laughing improves your health!

    What I really love is when out of nowhere without warning something will happen that will cause a full on gut shaking, gasping for breath, eyes blinded by tears, face red laughing fit complete with sporadic snorting sounds.

    I really believe too that our loved ones that have passed on would not want us to morn their loss but to remember the good times you had together.

  4. Lisa

    I’m so sorry to hear about your loss. Your children are very blessed to have a mom (and dad, and grandparents!) who are there for them and teach them to treasure the past but look forward to the future, all while enjoying the present.

  5. Jen Singer

    Thanks Jenna. You sure did help me laugh through cancer and beyond. Thank you so much!

  6. Jenna Schnuer

    Throughout our friendship, I have always loved that you and I could joke about (and through) really, just, well, bad stuff. So, of all the posts you’ve ever written, this one gets the biggest thumbs-up from me of all.

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