My father and I were very close. He died of pancreatic cancer in 1998.
The fact that he made no secret of his pride in me, makes me smile.
I think of him constantly; and I know that he is with me, still.
You'll never really lose your father.
I hope that the knowledge gives you comfort in the days and weeks ahead.
Don't apologize; you are in a rough place right now. Dinner for the 31st in on my calendar. I suspect your curtain is at 7:30 while mine is not until 8, so you get to pick the time and the place for dinner.
I just wanted to say hello. I hope things are going better for you; I understand this is a really terrible time for you. I'll be thinking about you and I hope we can still meet for dinner at the end of the month when you have City Ballet and I have ABT.
Hey Donna, I was wondering if you've seen the Bright Steam. I want to go this Sat at 2pm, don't have tix yet. My ambitious program for Sat would be to catch Volosozhar show at the Floyd Hall in the morning and then rush to the city. Let me know.