A Poignant Evening

Last evening, we attended grand-daughter, Patricia’s year-end recital. It was, as always, an evening of wonderful entertainment. The talent presented by all the youngsters continues to be truly amazing.

It was a poignant evening too. Tony was always very involved in this special event, and his absence was palpable, especially when the dads’ sequence / dance / extravaganza happened. Tears were close, but I behaved.

Each gentleman wore a red ribbon on his hat – a tribute to Tony.

Our thanks to The Studio for the tributes to Tony; on stage, in the program, and the red ribbons. It meant a lot. Tony’s death has impacted us deeply. The (emotional) wounds are still very raw, but we are thankful that our beautiful Natasha and Patricia have your ongoing support. Thank you, again.

Our sincere thanks to each of you.


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