Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Leaving . . .

RIP, Debbie Reynolds. 

Years and years ago, in 1964, I was a young, "rural Montana kid" working at the Montana Pavillon at the New York World's Fair. Somehow I was fortunate to go with others to the opening of The Unsinkable Molly Brown at Radio City Music Hall that summer. Debbie was there in one of the balconies high above where we were seated. When the lights came on, she stood and had on the red feathered dress she wore in the movie. She plucked off several of the feathers from that dress and let them float down. 

Go with love, Debbie. Hold Carrie in your arms as only a mom can.

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