I said posts were going to be sporadic, but I did mean to make a few. This morning I noticed that a Facebook friend had commented (I almost always share my posts to Facebook) that she enjoyed seeing the memories and would like to see more. For anyone just tuning in, I lost my husband, Steve, recently. I draw great comfort from my memories.
One of Steve’s great legacies is his humor. My best memories are of the laughs we shared. The above was taken at the HALO Hoedown, a fundraiser for the cat rescue operation based in Little Falls, NY.
Steve was also a great partner in my Mohawk Valley Adventures. Here we are at Woodland Farm Brewery in Marcy.
There he is, in the back with me. This is a pre-show ussie from Leading Ladies, the show I directed at Ilion Little Theatre. Steve was such a good actor. He was a pleasure to work with.
One more memory: a memorable lunch at Gerber’s 1933 Tavern in Utica, with our dear friends Phyllis and Jim. Phyllis left us in 2021 and I will never be done missing her.
I know there will be more good times with friends and family. Right now I just have to feel sad until I start to feel a different way. Thank you for letting me share.
Keep writing. It’s a gift to yourself as well as others. >D
Yes. It’s like most things these days: I think, “I can’t do that.” Then I find I can. Sometimes.