One picture is so typical of Dina. One day I was walking out of my house to the street and suddenly I hear the noise and bustle of girls, I looked and saw from up the street the whole class of Dina wanted and Dina ran with them as if she was a child of one of them.
It was so typical of her. On the one hand she had a very high maturity and she had very very special and mature surgeries and on the other hand she could so naturally be the girl with the girls.
It was just amazing and so sweet.
Since then many times I look out over the street and want to see Dina walk through it, upright, gentle, pleasant. I really miss seeing her, this movement of hers.
Rebbetzin Ruth Waldman