Her one wish: Dinner with her longtime friend
"MEHLVILLE <MO> For more than 20 years, Ralph McGarvey and Dorothy White went everywhere together.
"They were basically inseparable," said McGarvey's daughter, Bette Jost. "It was always Dad and Dorothy." <snip>
But their relationship stopped there. They were friends, nothing more. Or at least that's what they said.
"We always knew it was more than that," Jost said. "But they'll pretend it ain't. <snip>"
More and some VERY sweet pictures at link! Her eyes say it all... Happy belated Valentine's Day to Ralph and Dorothy (and to everyone here)!
You can hold back from the suffering of the world. You have free permission to do so and it is in accordance with your nature.
But perhaps this very holding back is the one suffering you could have avoided.
Be not simply good. Be good for something.
Justice for Caylee
"We have a different stage. We have the same actress," Sheaffer said.
There is something in my eye...
Judgment is not about destruction, but about setting things right.
Everyone should be so lucky to have someone look at them the way Dorothy does Ralph.
"Emotional abuse isn't calling someone a name; it isn't simply raising your voice at someone you're meant to love...it's a concerted effort, a campaign, designed with the sole purpose of destruction. Your destruction. Emotional abuse crushes your spirit. It steals a piece of your soul. It changes everything about you and how you interact with others. You are never the same having survived it. In its wake, you question everything you ever thought you knew. You wonder what's wrong with you. You believe you aren't worth loving. You doubt yourself - constantly. And you learn to live with scars no one sees."