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Not every sad story has a happy ending, but I am the luckiest woman in the world to have the happiest ending I could ever imagine.


 

My friend Steve, who watched and monitored me as I finished the labyrinth, has been a friend of mine and Graig's for over 20 years.    It was as if it was meant to be, that in our shared grief we would find how really compatible we are.  I am told "there are no coincidences" and perhaps that is how we came to fall in love and see a bright future ahead for us.


 

On Valentine's Day 2008, Steve the great romantic proposed to me with a piece of granite.  How appropriate!  His proposal is literally engraved in stone for future generations to see.

 




 







 


On June 21, 2008, the first day of summer, we were married here at our home, with a tent full of friends and family to help us celebrate our wedding. It was a perfect day, a meaningful ceremony and a joy to have everyone around us to participate.


 

The labyrinth now has a garden surrounding it.  We walk it together and remember Graig.  I see the neighbors stopping to walk it and even bringing others to see it.  It has weathered two winters very well; the mulch looks as good as new, leaves haven't been a problem, and the stones - well, stones are stones.  They'll be there forever, I hope.

 

 

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