9 thoughts on “Memorial Photograph of Carolyn Spiro MD, my Twin Sister”

  1. Oh, Phoebe…I am following along as you walk this walk of grief and anguish from the appropriate distance.
    I am imagining the suddenness of this from your perspective and that of Carolyn’s. I am imagining you two– having the healing power of a last goodbye, in your dream space through the power of your grief…
    I am holding the painful fact that many of us get tortured in the last weeks of our life; hence sudden and dramatic death (only 7% of us) eventually being seen as the hard and confusing blessing that it is…
    I am holding you–ongoing–in Love and Light.

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  2. Phone, my deepest and .most heartfelt condolences on Lynnie’s passing..
    I reflect on being one of the youngest in the crowd of the Round Hill/Millbrook crew. Memories are a beautiful thing….

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  3. Beautiful.

    My heart is so full, I don’t know what to say. I just wish I could be there with you right now.

    When I was six years old, my mother gave birth to twin girls. I felt like they were my own babies. I also have younger stepsisters that are twins. They were in my life beginning when I was four years old.

    As we all grew up, I saw, up close, the good and the bad, the ups and the downs, of being a twin. So I know, as much as a non-twin can know, what twinship is.

    ((HUG))

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