Oh I’ve had him on my mind….
Nine years gone, and I miss him more than I’ve ever missed anyone I’ve lost.
He was a man who connected and cared, reached out
and made sure you were thought of in lots of little ways..
When he opened the Museum in Dana Point, an antiquities shop, it felt more like his calling than anything he’d done, and I had a blast setting it up with him.
I took away a couple of pieces for payment of the days we spent sifting and organizing.
He never tried to lock me out of his life.
I have a box of cards from him…. still.
He would have loved this business we are in, and probably worked with us.
Anyhow, short note, I miss him. Terribly.
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