Remembering omnis_audis on the anniversary of his birth. BC was with us far too short a time and made a profound impact on so many lives.
A place where we can talk about ita, miss ita, and share information about memorials. The hugging started over here in Natter.
I missed this post earlier, Laura, but thank you. I thought of BC a lot on his birthday this year.
Today let's give a thought and smile in remembrance of Ginger's birthday. I think of her often and am sorry she was here too briefly.
It's always a little bittersweet when I'm scrolling through FB memories and find a comment from Ginger, or Ed or Connie.
But, now it's more sweet than bitter and I do like seeing their words commenting on something so many years ago.
I was going through a box and found a Christmas card Ed sent me maybe 15 years ago. He was a good one.
Ed was indeed a good one. Today was his birthday. I'm truly grateful he was a part of our lives, and oh how he is missed.
It always galls me that Ed died before he could see the Dodgers win another World Series. Same with Ginger missing the Braves championship.
My FB memories pulled up a post from JZ where she was talking about watching Grand Budapest Hotel for the first time and praising Ralph Fiennes performance. And there was a comment there by Frankenbuddha promising to come out and visit us in San Francisco some day.
Don't postpone those trips, people!
I've been thinking of ita's thing about "Be grateful for all the gross people you didn't bang,"(She said it better, as always) often of late. Easier said than done, Hec. But hopefully we won't wait forever.
I did not know DX well, but I put him in COMM a lot. I think I'm a sucker for that East Coast vibe.
I was just unpacking my Christmas bins to get decorated and came across a couple of previous year's cards from Ed, featuring Opus of course.