carissa... brown eyed fox
Very sad. What is really weird...I just found the insert that he was on the cover of in 'Parade' magazine this afternoon while looking for a game to play with the kids...I wondered if he had passed and I googled his name and saw that it had been posted a few hours ago...very ironic!Great message he left the world! To only be that lucky!
I've been following his blog since I saw his last lecture on Good Morning America. Sad, but what a great life he lived. Some people live to be ninety and never fully live like he did every day. I read his book (basically his lecture in book form) and was so inspired to really live/love life. So glad you posted this!
That man was a great man! I loved his Lecture, we can all learn from him! Lanny:)
he was awesome! i almost did a post about him when i heard the news yesterday too, but ended up in bed instead w/the stomach bug...yuck! feeling kudos better this morning, thank goodness!maybe he'll get to visit with our grandmas...i'm sure they've found one another, and our chatting away about their granddaughters & this whole blogging thing...hugs
I was just thinking that I needed to check on his status a couple of days ago. I've been away from the news this past week and just found out about him through your blog. So sad, but what a great legacy he leaves behind for his children. May God bless his family and hold them during this time.
I just finished his book. I'll save it for you! It is an awesome one.... such sweet, simple sentiments.
So sad. I agree with CJS that "Some people live to be ninety and never fully live like he did every day." While I know this is no consolation for his family, he really has touched so many lives and has truly made a difference on this earth.
ditto. What an amazing person and life well lived. Inspirational. You are quite like him in many ways. I do believe.
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