Ew, David Rose Funny Retro Vintage shirt is available. If you cannot share my sadness then. Please don’t laugh at my sorrow. If I start to cry please forgive me. When there was no pain in my heart. I would write about bluebirds and rainbows. Now I write about nights without mornings and thorns without roses. Today I hide my tears as the sky cries. I never knew the meaning of heartbreak. I would stand on the shores and watch the storms rock the boats. Today the waves are crashing down on me Should I drown myself into this sea of grief. Someone has said the one who dies for his love will die a lonely death. For no one will die with the dying. Such a love will never come again.
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Memory is funny. If you asked me what I did last Tuesday I would be hard pressed to fill in the details. Some things, however, remain frozen in time, down to seemingly insignificant details. Lunch at Hunan West on January 11, 1987 is one of those memories. I was working as an Aide to Annandale District Supervisor Audrey Moore. She had pretty much made up her mind to run for Chairman of the Board of Supervisors against incumbent Jack Herrity. My co-workers, Florence, Carolyn and Janet, and I had escaped the office for lunch in the Kings Park Shopping Center. We began discussing Audrey’s plans, then the subject shifted to who would run for the open Annandale District seat. “Sharon Bulova” announced Florence Naeve.
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I looked up from my Sweet and Sour Pork laughing, thinking that she was joking. To my horror, my friends’ expressions were electrified. They excitedly began listing all the reasons why this was a good idea. I countered with a list of my shortcomings, why I couldn’t possibly run for office, starting with a phobia about speaking in public. That’s Ew, David Rose Funny Retro Vintage shirt. Carolyn smiled broadly and exclaimed, “And see! You’re so modest and organized!” Sometimes routine events like lunch with friends can prove pivotal. Despite all my doubts and misgivings, I did, indeed run for office, and went on to serve as Annandale – later renamed Braddock – District Supervisor for the next twenty years.