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September 05, 2007


I saw the news about him too and have had the very same thoughts and feelings - sadness at the coming loss, but also recalling the same joy from his voice. I can't sing so would always feel a twinge of envy but mostly awe, excitement and even tears. Thanks for this, Beth.

And now a tear or two in actual mourning. How much more resonant is the death of a great artist over the death of a politician.

Beth, I've just tagged you with a What's In My Fridge meme on my blog. I'd love to have a peek into your fridge and I'm sure it will be filled with lovely food!

Hey, why'd you remove your September 11 post? Now I have to go edit out my link. Grump.

RIP Luciano Pavarotti.

We have created a memorial site to pay tribute to Luciano Pavarotti


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