Brain on the top, spine down the back.
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.
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.
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.
Poemby Langston HughesI loved my friend.He went away from me.There's nothing more to say.The poem endsSoft as it began-I loved my friend.
Heroes live forever. Wash and Tashi are there.And I said Kaddish for him, I hope he doesn't mind.
That is just... perfect. Well done, Jo.
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.
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