Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Allons-Y, Wash! Good journeys.




Kevin Pratt-King
1985-2012

7 comments:

Penny Mitchell said...

I'm so sorry for Tashi and the rest Wash's loved ones and for the world at large for having lost a shining soul, but so happy for Wash. Easy for me to say, I know, but...he's Over There saying, "Oh, holy shit. Okay. This is much better."

Good fight, good sir. Beyond good.

Eclectic Bohemian said...

I happened to stumble upon Tashi's blog through your blog a little over a year ago. I'm so glad that I got to know them and hear their story.

Rosanna said...

Oh, Jo............ This image is honestly just beyond-*p.e.r.f.e.c.t.* to honor Kevin ("Wash")!!

There's a TARDIS phone booth ........................ which ceramicist Rebekka Ferbrache of JadeFlower Ceramics had previously custom-made (as a gift for Wash) in April, 2012----to use (as an urn) for his ashes----then also Rebekka's very heartfelt post of September 12, 2012 · 9:48 am, i.e., about Wash's passing: http://jadeflower.wordpress.com/2012/09/12/1238/ ........................ planets ~~~ nebulae ~~~ other suns ~~~ the "swirling" depictions of Time Travel ~~~ and, lastly, softly-*t.w.i.n.k.l.i.n.g.* stars ~~~ stars ~~~ and more stars............


In large part, I've personally had to learn ~~ (I confess!!) ~~ a NEW "Regretsy & CF4L & Browncoats & Whovians" jargon, which I simply love; but I had no trouble at all, none, in ............ *u.n.d.e.r.s.t.a.n.d.i.n.g.* ............ this extraordinarily-meaningful and touching image that you posted here for Wash, Jo. Thank you.

woolywoman said...

Poem
by Langston Hughes

I loved my friend.
He went away from me.
There's nothing more to say.
The poem ends
Soft as it began-
I loved my friend.

memune said...

Heroes live forever. Wash and Tashi are there.

And I said Kaddish for him, I hope he doesn't mind.

Tommiegirl Granlund said...

That is just... perfect. Well done, Jo.

Becca said...

Yknow, Jo, although I've followed Wash and Tashi for quite some time now - since your very first post about them - I hadn't cried for him, for them, until I saw your post today.

Thankyou for 'introducing' me - us - to their blog. It's been a privilege.