Thinking of Amy today on her birthday and trying to stay focused on gratitude that she was a part of our lives. The end result is the realization that it is too soon and the sorrow over the loss of such a loving soul is still overwhelming. It may be a-myth that our loved one's spirits meet up in some afterlife, but today I am going to pretend that they are free from the pain of this life and enjoying each other's company.
A place where we can talk about ita, miss ita, and share information about memorials. The hugging started over here in Natter.
Or Ginger's friends? I wonder about her dog. And I miss her fiercely.
Thought of Ginger just yesterday when one of my FB history posts popped up and she had commented. I miss her.
I just had a FB memory this morning that Connie had commented on. *sniff*
Was thinking about Connie and her husband while reading about the heroic efforts of the firefighters trying to save South Lake Tahoe.
I'm glad this thread is here.
Also? (clutches) Nobody leave!
Connie consistently commented on ltc's baby pictures. So, I see her comments a lot. Ginger died when ltc was just a baby, but she also commented a lot in the first couple of months.
Today on the anniversary of his birth we give gratitude for the far too brief time we had with BC, aka omnis_audis. I certainly didn't know him well, but we spent quite a bit of time talking with him at the Pix/Drew wedding party. He left a strong impression. The impact he had on so many lives is quite a lovely legacy.
Thank you, Laura. He would have been 50 yesterday. Drew and I both thought about him and raised a glass in his memory.
He was a very dear friend of mine, from long before he joined the board. We interacted in many different spheres and his presence is still keenly missed in all of them.