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My wife Janine lost her battle to cancer three months ago.  These birds were a project she had started and I decided to do my best to finish it for her.  She was asked by a doctor if she had one wish what would it be, she answered "to take a walk and see the swans and birds again"  I in no way come anywhere near the talent she had , but just thought they should be finished.

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Rick, 

         So sorry to hear about the passing of your wife. They look fantastic. 
 

Chris

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Thank you Chris. She was a great gift to me for 45 years.

 

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I'm so sorry for your loss....The Robins look great. I think she'd love them.

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Rick,

My deepest condolences.  Honoring her in this way simply shows the depth of love y'all had...and still have...for each other.

Richard

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Wonderful tribute. Keep them forever and think of her, as I know you will. 

 

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Thank you all, it is nice seeing them on the shelf.

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A truly lovely model to complete and keep to remember your late wife. It may well be worth looking for a glass dome or a case to protect them from damage and dust etc.

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Thank you Noel that is really quite a good idea.

 

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My deepest condolences on the loss of your wife. Your Robins are a worthy tribute to her and your shared love. Beautiful job!

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It would seem that you were a loving pair.  Your robins are fitting tribute to your love for each other.

Keep them safe and keep her in your heart.

My condolences,

Bill

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