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Yesterday, I learned that a mom of one of my daughter’s friends passed away.  Her name was Nancy.  She was 47, had 4 daughters and worked at a restaurant.  That’s all I knew about her.  Yes, we had spent several hours in the dressing room before dance recital doing quick changes, fixing hair/make-up and engaging in “motherly” chatter.  One of her older daughters had gotten married just before one of mine, so we compared wedding notes, etc.  You know, usual girl stuff. But had we discussed things that really mattered?  I don’t think so.  We were very pleasant with each other but not really what I would call friends.  Now she’s gone. So many unfinished conversations…..

“What do I do with unfinished conversations?.”

I recently recorded a video for Leadership Network’s Leading Through Change event on that very subject.   I thought I’d share it today because I need to be reminded, too.

Unfinished Conversations from Freestyle Living on Vimeo.



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  1. Anita permalink
    July 15, 2011

    Wow thank you for this insightful message! My mind races to many “unfinished conversation” spots. Some I can have face to face. Some I can have by email or snail mail. Some I will need to depend on God to deliver.

  2. Teri permalink
    July 18, 2011

    Great post Sharon! Been thinking of you a lot lately. We need to get together soon and pick up our conversation! 🙂

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