Loose Ends in the 21st Century

When Nancy signed off her blog, the Internet lost an amazing voice. One thing that struck me was how much her family and her rabbi quoted her writing during her funeral. Because of what she had written, they were able to read her words for the congregation to hear. I honestly don’t know if I have any handwritten notes from my friend, but her blog seems to be serving that purpose.

Since then, her name has popped up as I type in email addresses. There is one post left in my Google reader that I haven’t marked as read. She’s still a contact in my iPhone.

I can’t quite bring myself to delete her yet.

6 Replies to “Loose Ends in the 21st Century”

  1. I’m so sorry for the loss of your friend. And I know that feeling … when one of my blogger friends passed away a while back, I couldn’t bear to delete my link to her blog or her Twitter account or her email …

  2. So sorry to hear of the loss of your friend.

    I still have Bryan’s brother’s phone numbers in my cell phone, too. almost 2 years later.

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