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Wow, that's a beautiful story. My grandfather recently died from renal failure in November, so my heart goes out to you. I know how painful it is and how hard it is to watch a loved one suffer. He would be so proud, though, of what you accomplished.

That clip? So cool. I know a celebrity!

Sorry mine was so late, but here it is: http://viewfromdownhere-viewfromdownhere.blogspot.com/2012/07/in-end-you-just-have-to-laugh-about-it.html

Ginny Marie

I love the story about you and your dad! What a great memory!

I watched Wings all the time...I remember you! You are funny!

Unfortunately, my Spin is not up yet. I'm hoping to write it, even though it's late. ;)

Jan's Sushi Bar

For a post on comedy, yours had me literally bawling - I mean, using half a box of tissue bawling. *sniffle*

I love the clip; I wish you'd post more of your acting.



You made me cry! But this story is awesome. Your dad sounds so great!

Heré's my spin! Thanks for doing this; I haven't blogged much this summer and your prompt helped me think of something to write about. It's been too long!



And I LOVE your Wings clip! So funny!


Such an awesome story--sad but funny too.
Love the clip--too bad the sitcoms these days aren't funny like that--except Big Bang Theory.

Sarah at 32Flavors

Great story, even if it was sad.
I loved Wings! Great clip.

The Bug

I love the Daddy story - such a sweet memory. And I loved that clip! In fact I had to watch the whole episode. It was great! Unfortunately, back when I watched the show I was probably happy at the idea of Helen & Joe getting back together :)

Michele R.

Thanks for sharing your great story. And the clip! We used to watch and love that show so much.
I thought of you the other night when McCartney sang "Hey Jude" to the whole world. If you are in NY I hope you're having a great trip and have the chiropractor lined up for when you get back.


a bittersweet story.

"bring it on half pint" Do Hollywood types... for lack of a better word... stay in touch or meet up on Facebook or whatever? And you know we would all like to know the dirt. Does everyone get along? How many have "film romances"? I have always heard about Bogie and Bacall but never once heard about Robards!! all the teens upset about the twilight duo... paleeze!!! Give the scoop.

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