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zombie rotten mcdonald

excellently done.

Jennifer

I'm glad you took the opportunity to say the things you needed to and wanted to say, Leadfoot.

Claire

This fills my heart. xox

Greg

Nice blog... and a late congrats on your state turning colors. So did mine! (Indiana) That was an awesome night...

Kathleen Maher

Good for you, blue girl. No time to lose--that's always been my motto. But it means a lot more here.

Lucy

Perfect. I haven't read anything so honest in a long time.

EmployeeoftheMonth

Very real and touching. Thanks

emmajames

Isn't it amazing how we bottle things up and they carry such weight and we fear letting them go, and then when we do finally let them go... they fly. Thanks for sharing such a heartfelt moment. And don't ever slow down (while driving, that is).

So happy to have discovered this blog!

emmajames

Isn't it amazing how we bottle things up and they carry such weight and we fear letting them go, and then when we do finally let them go... they fly. Thanks for sharing such a heartfelt moment. And don't ever slow down (while driving, that is).

So happy to have discovered this blog!

Wren

Oh, my. You just made me teary. I'm SO glad you've had the opportunity to talk to your stepfather, finally, and tell him the important things. Even why you speed. When my own father died, it happened in such a way that I never really got to do that. You're treasuring this time you have left. It's so good, BG.

Dan Leo

Beautiful, Blue.

I thought of this poem by Robert Louis Stevenson:

Under the wide and starry sky
Dig the grave and let me lie.
Glad did I live and glad did I die
And I lay me down with a will.

This be the verse you grave for me:
Here he lies where he longs to be.
Home is the sailor, home from sea
And the hunter home from the hill.

Snag

Good for you, for knowing what needs to be said and having the courage to say it.

yaya

That's so funny.....He never even looked at my speedometer..but, I drive like an old lady....He did however teach me how to work the air so the windows won't be fogged....."Put in on Auto, that will circulate the air....yeh, circulate the air." Last time he rode with me.......GHUA......

scribbler50

Beautiful post, Blue Girl, how the single act of driving fast can be a metaphor in explaining a lifelong relationship. And how fortunate you are to have said what you needed to say before it's too late. I never had that chance, good for you.

Keep the pedal to the metal!

scribbler50

Beautiful post, Blue Girl, how the single act of driving fast can be a metaphor in explaining a lifelong relationship. And how fortunate you are to have said what you needed to say before it's too late. I never had that chance, good for you.

Keep the pedal to the metal!

lulu labonne

Good story, well told - I'll be back

Kathleen in Oakland

you're the best, BG.

Adorable Girlfriend

Just lovely. Just lovely.

I used to have a client at the Hospice of the Western Reserve. What a place! There is no better place to be.

Sisyphus

Damn girl that's a good story. You're so getting my votes. And my attention.

Brando

This is a hell of a post. Really something, BG.

Von

What a great post. You inspire.

fish

Ditto on the great post. One question though:

When you hit the breaks, were you throne?

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