Requiem to A Bright Bright Light #sol17

home_bg1.gifRequiem to The Most Hopeful Spirit I’ve Ever Met

March 14, 2017

“People are just dying everywhere, all the time, every which way,” she wrote. “What can the rest of us do but hold on for dear life.”

Amy Krouse Rosenthal

 

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I thank you for that random day in the earlier 2000’s that I met you in Chicago and you shine that effervescent smile and encouraged me to press on,  to write, and to be an optimist.  

I thank you for The WONDER book, and the Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Life, and Duck Rabbit.

I thank you for everything and everyone that you left behind better for reading, knowing, and admiring you.  

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A huge Thank You to Two Writing Teachers for your vision, your encouragement, and 30 days of writing.

 

 

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10 Responses to Requiem to A Bright Bright Light #sol17

  1. Thank you for honoring Amy today — her story is one none of us will ever forget. In that way she lives on…. she gave us more.
    Clare

  2. paulabourque says:

    I am still stunned and deeply saddened that she’s gone. I am incredibly grateful that a part of her will live on in her books and ideas and hopes. This has shaken so many people to the core. Thank you for posting this today. -Paula

  3. Thank you for your post today honoring a wonderful author. Your post has me digging further into her life – so amazing!

  4. aggiekesler says:

    She is a beautiful person and writer. The world won’t be the same without her.

  5. maryannreilly says:

    I wanted to leave a copy of a page from Wonder, but i don’t seem to be able. It was the one with Miss Mary Fred Fred Fred… seemed like a good one for the day.

  6. Carol1006 says:

    Thank you for this post. You were so lucky to have met her.

  7. “More. Cope. Hope.” I can remember that.

  8. An important post today. I’ve been reading and rereading some of her quotes and essays. I love that your post honors AKR. Thank you.

  9. smcninch says:

    Miss her. She was truly a beautiful pebble with unending, innumerable ripples.
    https://smcninch.wordpress.com/2017/03/15/akr-rip/

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