LETTERS TO BLAIR

 

It is very rare when you can remember your first time seeing someone.  For me, I still vividly remember my first time laying eyes on Blair like it was yesterday.

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Blair Beinhaker was a nineteen-year old sophomore at the University of Arizona when she was diagnosed with metastatic primitive neuroectodermal tumor.  To say that Blair has a profound effect on everyone she met does not do this young lady justice.

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I’m sorry that this card has taken me so long to send to you.  Since I am so far away from home, I have not been forced to come to terms with all that has occurred in my absence.

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I feel honored and humbled to have had the opportunity to know Blair, especially during the last year and a half.  She was a special person. The strength, courage, and maturity that she demonstrated was remarkable and inspirational.

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I am writing this letter so the profound effect that Blair had on my life will be known.  Blair was one of a kind, not even one in a million, and will forever have a place in my heart and consciousness.

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First, I would like to thank you for raising Blair to be the greatest person I will ever know.  Blair has played so many different roles in my life that I will never be able to forget her and everything she has brought to me.

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Blair and I have had an unbelievable friendship, and I will always consider her a best friend.  I have never met anybody that meant so much to me like Blair.

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Since I saw you yesterday, I have been thinking and searching for the positive spin for the past year and a half and I guess in the final analysis, I look to Blair for the answer.

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I was fortunate enough to spend two years with your daughter in Arizona.  Blair is, was, and always will be an Angel.

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