I know I wrote what I thought would be the first reply but apparently got distracted and didn't save it. What I said was that I had a vague feeling lately that someone (other than archaeopteryx) was missing, but couldn't put my finger on who that might be. Now that I know, I'm sad. She was missed even before she passed away.
Yeah, I would check the forum before getting ready for work and was always happy the see she had fired off 4 or 5 posts. I related to her thoughts, especially concerning the holy roman church. I had the same felling something was missing. Also, I hope Strega is OK.
Strega has been very quiet. I too hope she is Ok
I see that Strega's last post was about 2 and a half months ago. I hope she's just busy and that it isn't something bad.
Strega's alive and well.
She had my respect...it was well earned. Thank you Suz...I'm better for having crossed you path.
This is terribly sad. I didn't know Suzanne very well but by the sounds of it she was an amazing woman.
I have read all your WONDERFUL comments up to today, and they have precipitated a flood of tears of sadness and deep appreciation. I can't write much more due to this overwhelming emotion, but, I will once my equilibrium has returned. I will share her video and photo slideshow once I finish them, again, this task will have to wait until the aforementioned equilibrium has resurfaced.
She would be ABSOLUTELY THRILLED to read these comments - anyone have a link that could get them all to her? God's email perhaps?
I have almost (April 11, would have been our anniversary) 28 years of (mainly) exquisite memories of this remarkable lady.
I will have to go now as my keyboard is wet and my mascara is running (aussie humour).
RE: "God's email perhaps?"
Greg, you know better than that - a remark like that would get you a day in the dumpster, and I have it on good authority, that there's one located just at the bottom of your apartment stairs. You're on the honor system now, so go ahead, climb in --
How are you holding up, my friend? Let's hoist a pint to zebras, wherever they may be.
Thanks to Bella and Archaeopteryx - Combining both of them, I get a hug AND a pint - what more could a man ask?
Sorry to hear of the news. My condolences to Greg, friends, and family. Looks like she will be missed far and wide.
I am very sadden by her passing.