Fool for France

4 Replies to “Mr. Wonderful, RIP”

  1. You have a lot on your mind. We’ll pick up our other conversation when one of us has some real progress toward the goal.


  2. I thought of you both all day long. I thought about the part of his life that he shared with you, and the part of his life that he shared with me. It was a sad day for me. Then I thought of the days that he had with my kids, and the days that my kids had with you and him together. I am really happy that they were able to spend such meaningful time with you both.


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