that which cannot endure but always shall. and, I’ll add, here, [should?]
I sent Jane Pope a simple email today.
with my own relationships evolving, what do we try and hold on to? what should we expect of ourselves and those around us?
I added a different type of post to the ever-growing inventory earlier this morning after a pointless effort at sleeping. that is all about the endless quest for answers.
all that said, with so many questions burrowing through my head to my soul, I’ll remind you that God took Bill Pope and his son Bryce from us with today the events tragic anniversary. or, did He borrow them? why would God need those solid figures more than ourselves? is that how it works? or, did some evil force intervene, and we need to remember and work hard to keep the good memories of better men alive in our hearts.
that said, I’ll share some other – and yes, earlier efforts with you, all of you, to keep Bill in our hearts, and in our beings. he was my friend, and nothing can take that from me.
in no certain order, mind you.
walk with me Bill. as my Grandad might have said, “you were a good man in a storm”.
peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.
brian patrick cork