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What Remains: A Memoir of Fate Friendship by Carole Radziwill
What Remains:  A Memoir of Fate Friendship

Trishmsw, September 10, 2006

It's hard to begin. I am a 38 year old woman who grew up believing that John F Kennedy Jr. was the epitome of all that we aspire to in this world. I truly believe that I would have been speechless if I had met him based on all the other reports of his personality. The Carolyn that Carole represents is a funny in sort of quirky way that is actually endearing . She showed us "common people" that they were real people, too, who had real problems and real loves in their lives. Above all that the struggle you ecountered with Cancer and Anthony's decision to "deny it" and live those days most have been so lonely. You took on something that was bigger than you and you lost the 3 greatest people in your life. I have only supreme respect for you and a hope that, God Forbid, I encounter such loss and sadness I will be as wonderful as you. The book touched me in so many ways, but I want to that you for portraying Carolyn in a friendly light, for making John seem like an everyday guy, and that Anthony held so much of John's love and admiration. I always thought John was alone and he was not. He had Anthony at all times. And, he had you. You must have felt that you had entered another way of living when the Kennedy/Radziwill lifestyle entered you living. I'm not sure I would be able to do it. Anyway, You changed how I viewed people from a respectful point of view, but you also changed how I view things on an emotional point of view. Thank you!

Thank you for this. I do feel like I knew you all a bit more like "people", not like "celebrities". I hope you find happiness and a sense of contentment. You deserve it. THank you!
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