4 Tenors Walk into a Bar…I Mean Stage

Today is my late Sister’s Birthday.  Mom and I tried hard to remember and to make it special.  We decided it didn’t need to be special…it already was.  Sis was special and I found out last night just how special.  We were eating at Cracker Barrel (no big surprise) and a young woman stopped me as we left.

“I just wanted you to know,” she said, ‘that I worked with Darci at school and this year she is really missed.  We talk about her every day.”

That could well have brought me to tears if I hadn’t already known she meant that much to people there, just like at home.  Mom and I talk about her a lot.  Mom and her very good friend(s) talk about her a lot.  I even had one dream where she sat on my couch and spoke to me.  Special.  This was a song she liked a lot; I hope you do, too…

Four Tenors sing “Hallelujah”

Namaste,

Scott

PS – Happy Birthday, Sis

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