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Eve Silberman

I didn't even realize John took a picture!
It was a lovely brunch and I'm sorry the weather was so bad that more people couldn't join us. Paula, you still seem so close to me! Eve

Juli

thought of Paula all day sunday. I worked at the majestic Messiah in the afternoon, and then at the Ark for Over-the-Rhine, a band Paula loved. I still have the sugar skull sitting on my desk.

Mom

Saturday,when we were remembering your gathering, Ann said, "You could take the train over there tomorrow instead of driving back to Marquette", and I realized I really wanted to. Too bad that worrying about stuff like how to get home on Monday in time for 12 dinner guests inhibits me.
I'm glad there were others there and know that many were remembering with you.
She was a blessing to us all.

Jon

I had a few Vernors that day in honor of Paula. I've never tried it warm.

John

it's surprisingly drinkable--after a couple minutes in the microwave it still has a few bubbles, and all that ginger/cayenne snap. A definite improvement over the "white tea" (aka hot water) Paula and I used to drink to keep warm on cold days at Cornwell Place.

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