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Thread: What programs do you find consoling?

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    Went to a wonderful SOI show tonight. So memorable, every performance great. Though Jeffrey's program which i posted earlier was the most touching http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7-TDjXB4xQ it was a program i watched and loved which i did find consoling. Iam glad i got this beautiful program and also other wonderful performances to watch on the same day we find out my dad's cancer is in remission. They will check up in 5 months just to be safe. Thought i might not have made the show as have the flu but was well worth it.

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    Great news about your Dad figuristka.

    Beautifully skated program by Jeff! He is really good medicine for the soul.

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    Thanks. Jeff's program is very consoling, and so is G/G's Out of Tears.

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    Figuristka, I'm glad to hear the good news about your father. This year you can celebrate Father's Day with extra enthusiasm.

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    Thanks demarinis5 and Olympia. Feel very fortunate to have my dad in better health. I think also going to a live show or skating yourself can be really uplifting for difficult times.

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    Wonderful news about your dad, figuristka!

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    So happy for you, figuristka!!

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    Thank you iluvtodd and dorispulaski

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    I am not sure if "consoling" is the correct word, but I've always found Brian Orser's program "The Story of My Life" very moving. He of course dedicated it to his mom after losing her to cancer. He first skated the program after coming second at the Olympics to Brian Boitano to thank his Canadian fans for their support over the years. I think it is one of his finest programs...enjoy..

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APVBE0qKJ4s

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    ty all. great new figuristika. Lad, Buttle is on my top 20 faves forever. Being a pro, we see how he loves to skate and show others the passion. He's one of Canada's great male dynasty, long may he skate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ladskater View Post
    I am not sure if "consoling" is the correct word, but I've always found Brian Orser's program "The Story of My Life" very moving. He of course dedicated it to his mom after losing her to cancer. He first skated the program after coming second at the Olympics to Brian Boitano to thank his Canadian fans for their support over the years. I think it is one of his finest programs...enjoy..

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APVBE0qKJ4s
    magnificent, stunning, poignant program from Brian. I always loved it!

    Quote Originally Posted by skateluvr View Post
    ty all. great new figuristika. Lad, Buttle is on my top 20 faves forever. Being a pro, we see how he loves to skate and show others the passion. He's one of Canada's great male dynasty, long may he skate!
    Jeff is wonderful!

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    Jeffrey sure is one in a great line of extraordinary male skaters in Canada. I'm always amazed to contemplate Canada's male skaters. Not only do they form an almost unbroken heritage going back beyond Toller Cranston to Don Jackson, but each one of them is individual and different. One need only compare Toller, Brian, and Kurt to see that there's no comparison except their excellence.

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