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miamizsun

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Posted: Sep 19, 2020 - 6:53am

 Beanie wrote:
Happy 20th Birthday, Bug!
 

{#Hug}
kurtster

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Posted: Sep 18, 2020 - 7:53pm

 Beanie wrote:
Happy 20th Birthday, Bug!
 
{#Hug}
Coaxial

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Gender: Male


Posted: Sep 18, 2020 - 6:47pm

 Beanie wrote:
Happy 20th Birthday, Bug!
 
{#Meditate}{#Hug}
Antigone

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Gender: Female


Posted: Sep 18, 2020 - 6:32pm



 Beanie wrote:
Happy 20th Birthday, Bug!
 


Beanie

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Posted: Sep 18, 2020 - 5:52pm

Happy 20th Birthday, Bug!
haresfur

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Location: The Golden Triangle
Gender: Male


Posted: Nov 27, 2018 - 4:05pm

 Beanie wrote:
Dear Bug,

It's been nine years since you left us.  

You know, I just logged onto this site this morning because Bill played Jeff Buckley's rendition of Halleluiah, and I mentioned that it was hearing that song here that made me want to keep listening and to get to know this community.  But, sweet Bug, you and I know that was only the very beginning. 

Bug, the day you left me is still the worst, most painful day of my life.  Always will be.  

But it's also the day I learned what compassion and fellowship truly mean.  It's funny; you and that great big heart you housed in your joyful little body knew all about compassion and fellowship. You reached out with it every day, in ways that are still showing me how to live.  But when you died, I got to see it in lots of other places, too.  

There are a lot of smart, opinionated people in this place.  Sometimes, we get pretty caught up in our smarts and our opinions around here.  But sometimes, we come together as a true community, forget any differences of opinion, and remember that we are all humans trying to thrive and grow in a world that sometimes is working against that sort of thing.  

Bug, you gave us a reason to pause and reach out across thousands of miles, to each other and to your daddy and me and Heather, and to hold each others' hands and hearts for a bit.  To reflect on our commonalities and our bonds.  To be our best selves.  To remember to hug those we love...and even those we don't love all that much...a little tighter.  I will forever be grateful for the compassion and strength this community gave me at that darkest hour and for the little touch of magic you worked in their hearts to help them help me. 

Baby, I poured the absolute very best of who I was into you, and you gave me all that back 10-fold.  But you also taught me to look for that kind of honest, beautiful lovingkindness in unexpected places.  And you taught me the value in trying to emulate your ability to share that kind of love freely with others.  I don't always succeed, but I've learned that it's worth the effort.  Both to give and to receive.  And it's made my life immeasurably richer.

So today and every day, Thank you, Bug.  
 
{#Sad}{#Hug} {#Group-hug} {#Meditate} {#Good-vibes} 
ptooey

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Posted: Nov 27, 2018 - 3:30pm

{#Good-vibes}
islander

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Location: Seattle
Gender: Male


Posted: Nov 27, 2018 - 3:17pm



 Beanie wrote:
Dear Bug,

It's been nine years since you left us.  

You know, I just logged onto this site this morning because Bill played Jeff Buckley's rendition of Halleluiah, and I mentioned that it was hearing that song here that made me want to keep listening and to get to know this community.  But, sweet Bug, you and I know that was only the very beginning. 

Bug, the day you left me is still the worst, most painful day of my life.  Always will be.  

But it's also the day I learned what compassion and fellowship truly mean.  It's funny; you and that great big heart you housed in your joyful little body knew all about compassion and fellowship. You reached out with it every day, in ways that are still showing me how to live.  But when you died, I got to see it in lots of other places, too.  

There are a lot of smart, opinionated people in this place.  Sometimes, we get pretty caught up in our smarts and our opinions around here.  But sometimes, we come together as a true community, forget any differences of opinion, and remember that we are all humans trying to thrive and grow in a world that sometimes is working against that sort of thing.  

Bug, you gave us a reason to pause and reach out across thousands of miles, to each other and to your daddy and me and Heather, and to hold each others' hands and hearts for a bit.  To reflect on our commonalities and our bonds.  To be our best selves.  To remember to hug those we love...and even those we don't love all that much...a little tighter.  I will forever be grateful for the compassion and strength this community gave me at that darkest hour and for the little touch of magic you worked in their hearts to help them help me. 

Baby, I poured the absolute very best of who I was into you, and you gave me all that back 10-fold.  But you also taught me to look for that kind of honest, beautiful lovingkindness in unexpected places.  And you taught me the value in trying to emulate your ability to share that kind of love freely with others.  I don't always succeed, but I've learned that it's worth the effort.  Both to give and to receive.  And it's made my life immeasurably richer.

So today and every day, Thank you, Bug.  

 

I never really know what to say at times like this. But I'm amazed at your strength, and happy to see you pop in now and then.
BlueHeronDruid

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Location: planting flowers


Posted: Nov 27, 2018 - 3:10pm

 Beanie wrote:
Dear Bug,

It's been nine years since you left us.  

You know, I just logged onto this site this morning because Bill played Jeff Buckley's rendition of Halleluiah, and I mentioned that it was hearing that song here that made me want to keep listening and to get to know this community.  But, sweet Bug, you and I know that was only the very beginning. 

Bug, the day you left me is still the worst, most painful day of my life.  Always will be.  

But it's also the day I learned what compassion and fellowship truly mean.  It's funny; you and that great big heart you housed in your joyful little body knew all about compassion and fellowship. You reached out with it every day, in ways that are still showing me how to live.  But when you died, I got to see it in lots of other places, too.  

There are a lot of smart, opinionated people in this place.  Sometimes, we get pretty caught up in our smarts and our opinions around here.  But sometimes, we come together as a true community, forget any differences of opinion, and remember that we are all humans trying to thrive and grow in a world that sometimes is working against that sort of thing.  

Bug, you gave us a reason to pause and reach out across thousands of miles, to each other and to your daddy and me and Heather, and to hold each others' hands and hearts for a bit.  To reflect on our commonalities and our bonds.  To be our best selves.  To remember to hug those we love...and even those we don't love all that much...a little tighter.  I will forever be grateful for the compassion and strength this community gave me at that darkest hour and for the little touch of magic you worked in their hearts to help them help me. 

Baby, I poured the absolute very best of who I was into you, and you gave me all that back 10-fold.  But you also taught me to look for that kind of honest, beautiful lovingkindness in unexpected places.  And you taught me the value in trying to emulate your ability to share that kind of love freely with others.  I don't always succeed, but I've learned that it's worth the effort.  Both to give and to receive.  And it's made my life immeasurably richer.

So today and every day, Thank you, Bug.  
 

Antigone

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Gender: Female


Posted: Nov 27, 2018 - 12:24pm

 Antigone wrote:



 

Antigone

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Gender: Female


Posted: Nov 27, 2018 - 11:35am



 Beanie wrote:
Dear Bug,

It's been nine years since you left us.  

You know, I just logged onto this site this morning because Bill played Jeff Buckley's rendition of Halleluiah, and I mentioned that it was hearing that song here that made me want to keep listening and to get to know this community.  But, sweet Bug, you and I know that was only the very beginning. 

Bug, the day you left me is still the worst, most painful day of my life.  Always will be.  

But it's also the day I learned what compassion and fellowship truly mean.  It's funny; you and that great big heart you housed in your joyful little body knew all about compassion and fellowship. You reached out with it every day, in ways that are still showing me how to live.  But when you died, I got to see it in lots of other places, too.  

There are a lot of smart, opinionated people in this place.  Sometimes, we get pretty caught up in our smarts and our opinions around here.  But sometimes, we come together as a true community, forget any differences of opinion, and remember that we are all humans trying to thrive and grow in a world that sometimes is working against that sort of thing.  

Bug, you gave us a reason to pause and reach out across thousands of miles, to each other and to your daddy and me and Heather, and to hold each others' hands and hearts for a bit.  To reflect on our commonalities and our bonds.  To be our best selves.  To remember to hug those we love...and even those we don't love all that much...a little tighter.  I will forever be grateful for the compassion and strength this community gave me at that darkest hour and for the little touch of magic you worked in their hearts to help them help me. 

Baby, I poured the absolute very best of who I was into you, and you gave me all that back 10-fold.  But you also taught me to look for that kind of honest, beautiful lovingkindness in unexpected places.  And you taught me the value in trying to emulate your ability to share that kind of love freely with others.  I don't always succeed, but I've learned that it's worth the effort.  Both to give and to receive.  And it's made my life immeasurably richer.

So today and every day, Thank you, Bug.  

 
Love. You.

Coaxial

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Gender: Male


Posted: Nov 27, 2018 - 9:45am

Sending much love to the three of you!{#Hug}
kurtster

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Gender: Male


Posted: Nov 27, 2018 - 9:10am

 Beanie wrote:


So today and every day, Thank you, Bug.  
 
{#Group-hug}
miamizsun

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Location: (3261.3 Miles SE of RP)
Gender: Male


Posted: Nov 27, 2018 - 9:09am

 Beanie wrote:
Dear Bug
 

{#Hug}  {#Good-vibes}
oldviolin

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Gender: Male


Posted: Nov 27, 2018 - 8:59am



 Beanie wrote:

 
Baby, I poured the absolute very best of who I was into you, and you gave me all that back 10-fold. 

 




meower

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Gender: Female


Posted: Nov 27, 2018 - 8:58am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Wow, just last night I was looking for something and ran across that Blurb book of all of our RP jabbering that I tried to make sort of readable.



 
I just read back each page of this thread. :grouphug:
thanks Bug, and Anna for bringing this page into being.

Beanie

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Location: under the jellicle moon
Gender: Female


Posted: Nov 27, 2018 - 8:57am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Wow, just last night I was looking for something and ran across that Blurb book of all of our RP jabbering that I tried to make sort of readable.



 
Still in the coffee table stack here...  {#Heartkiss} {#Group-hug}
ScottFromWyoming

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Location: Powell
Gender: Male


Posted: Nov 27, 2018 - 8:54am

Wow, just last night I was looking for something and ran across that Blurb book of all of our RP jabbering that I tried to make sort of readable.


meower

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Gender: Female


Posted: Nov 27, 2018 - 8:51am

Sobbing.
love you Beth & that great hubbie and daughter of yours.

maryte

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Gender: Female


Posted: Nov 27, 2018 - 8:44am

 Beanie wrote:
Dear Bug,

...  
 
{#Group-hug}
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