Tuesday, January 28, 2014


I loved him, millions loved him.
I first met him as a teenager doing a scholarship turn at the American Shakespeare Festival in Connecticut, where he visited to lead 'hootenannys' on the lawn,  and I was present at many more events throughout time, A man of honor and courage has left the world. 
 He left  an archive of a well lived life that will be remembered, and carried forward.  He remains
forever young in our hearts.

Post Script
I am back from Florida, exhausted, but exhilarated by the love and generosity of a dear, dear friend.  More on that when I recover from 25 hours on a train.  I think I'm getting too old for this sort of long distance travel.



Nancy said...

So glad you're home safe. I've been thinking about you :)

deanna7trees said...

welcome home. hope you had a grand time.

Kim Andersen said...

25 hours on a train? I'm impressed

Mrs Black the shoppe keeping cat said...

The world is less bright without him, but the light he lit burns on. I feel so happy to have been alive while he was. x

Ms. said...

Good to be home to you all, but with a killer cold....so I'm headed for the doctor this afternoon. Hrumpf and Ha.