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July 14, 2007


Mrs. Deacon DW

"[She]truly loved the man she often found impossible.

"She often found herself in the path of his Vesuvius eruptions."

This is exactly what they'll say at my funeral!



Hello, Mrs. DDW :-)

That's the darnedest thing, isn't it? Although it has long been apparent to us what Mrs. DDW sees and loves, truly we so trust long-lasting, long suffering, and/or simply loyal love, that we are then caused to wonder what goldenness this one's or that one's spouse sees that we might not (Johnson, Reagan, Bush, Trump, Clinton, Lennon, Osbourne...)


I'm coming to this late, but it was well worth it, Mrs. Deacon DW. :)

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