I have watched you and admired you since I was in the 6th grade.
Sitting on your piano bench playing the flute. The instrument that you taught me how to play the best I could and made me want to practice and get better week to week.
You were so smart, talented, kind and beautiful.
I remember knowing how lucky I was that you were in my life.
When you went off to Duke for college, I remember thinking you must be so intelligent, hard working and elite.
Over the years you have been sprinkled here and there in my life.
When I was getting divorced, you gave me the best advice. You told me to always remember that this was just a part of my story, not my whole story. That sticks with me still.
Watching your posts on Facebook is nothing short of amazing. You are so successful, with a beautiful family, a loving husband and a great career.
You take care of yourself and your family. That is what still makes you so admirable.
I’m so thankful that you have been a part of my life. Maybe just sprinkled here and there, but leaving your mark nonetheless.
Thank you Julie! You are someome I admire and have for nearly 25 years.
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