Monday

Another One

In the past few months, we have lost someone iconic from my childhood, Farrah Fawcett, my teenhood, Michael Jackson, and now my young adulthood. RIP Patrick Swayze. He fought a long, hard battle but is at peace now.

I look forward to the day I can introduce Dirty Dancing, Ghost, and some other movies to Lamb.

7 comments:

littletoesandcheerios said...

I know so sad. I used to love the movie The Outsiders. I was 10 when it came out and that's the first movie I saw him in.
Hey, can you believe Wilma is back?!

rachelizabeth said...

57 is too young.

Debbie said...

I was so sad too.
And also happy that you are saving some of those things things for a little later in Lamb's life.

Bubba's Sis said...

Patrick, we had the time of our lives - and we owe it all to you. <3

Jamie Dawn said...

Those have been huge losses in that we all knew of them so well over the years. They truly were iconic.
I was so sad over Patrick Swayze's death. From all I'd ever heard of him, he was a loving husband for many years and a truly fine man.
All three of these celebs died too young.

I hope you are doing well. My uncle who lives in Houston came by for a visit a few weeks ago. I told him I have a couple of blog buddies who live in his neck of the woods.

:-)

forgetfulone said...

It's so sad. Only 57 years. Did I ever tell you I took a dance workshop from his mom when I was 10? She had a workshop in Galveston, and my whole studio went. I don't know if Patrick was there or not, but he was probably around. He would have been 22 or 23 at the time. He was so handsome, and such a great dancer. I think Lamb is old enough for Dirty Dancing! My 16 yo step-d is in love with that movie!

And it is true that a lot of our icons have passed recently. What is up with that?

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