Linda, I was so very sorry to read of Bill's passing. Every time I drive past your house I think of you and your family as wonderful neighbors even though we don't see each other often. Please know that Chris and I are thinking of you now and wishing you and your family peace and the gentle rhythms of nature that will ease the pain over time.
I'm so sorry to read of Bill's passing. The Logan contingent..... such a varied, eclectic, and in their own lovely way, brilliant group of folks. I do hope there is a hereafter because imagining them all together is so delightful. Who would've ever thought, growing up, that I would grow to feel this way about the parents of my friends? I always note the barn at the top of the gulley fondly when I pass through. I hope that special greetings find their way to Hallie from me. Linda--I have some if your jewelry pieces, that were amongst my mom's. With love to you all.
Lynda, Halle, and Chris,
I am deeply saddened to hear of Bill's passing. Even though I am 3,000 miles away, I feel as if there is an empty spot up there on the hill in Hector. I have so many fond memories of our families gathering for meals, coffee, cards, and conversation. I wish that we had seen one another more often when I returned home for visits. Please know that I am thinking of you all and that I carry you in my heart. I can only hope that Bill, Al, and Jear Bear are having a great game of cards and perhaps some angel food cake and lotsa coffee to wash it down. Blessings to you.