An emotionally questionable woman and her emotionally questionable dog hit the road, living and traveling in a mechanically questionable 1988 Ford Econoline van.
You missed "BM".Love, Barf
I am so happy you met up with Rene, Jim, Jerry and crew. I would trust my life to Rene & Jim. I have known them since college days in San Francisco (read long ago in a galaxy far, far way) and they are some of the most passionate, generous, inspiring people I know, just like you. (By the way I only hang out with and know cool people, so it was bound to be good.)
Your smile and energy is enough to share Eva - you give a lot more to those around you than you give yourself credit for. I miss you!!!
You are such a beautiful person! Your words resonated with me so much, as I am that kind of person too. First to help, fast to refuse it. You nailed the feeling though - if you deny someone's gift, you are denying them the thing that makes them feel good. Remember - gifting, like karma, is never a one-for-one transaction. Let the beauty you have given the world come back to you. You are deserving.To me, it was a wonderful gift just to have met you!Your Colleague in Excreta - kevin
"I remember a portion of my life during which oatmeal was an ingredient in most of our meals, if not the central ingredient."Ah yes.... I remember powdered milk, cereal with water, "toughskins", etc. etc.Sounds like you a finding more than your fair share of awesome people... which is awesome.
Eva, your honesty and writing is so beautiful. Meeting you was the best gift for all of us. Seriously. Please don't even THINK about not calling if you're in a jam or just want to chat OK? We plan on meeting up with you again sometime soon.
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