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Kristen K
Kristen K
Leah,

M and I were out and about today, and I bought M a fairy for her to add to her growing fairy family that she plays with. Whether in her room during the snow season, or out in the fairy gardens planted hither and yon around our farm, we've got fairies everywhere. M was busy extolling the virtues of her latest addition when I asked her to hand it to me. As I studied it, it occurred to me that she looked just like you. I said as much, and we both sighed. We miss you. We both lamented how we missed your laughter, how your positive attitude made you glow, and how when you spoke of Rob, your smile took up your whole face and love radiated from your eyes.

We miss you Miss Leah.
I just had to say that.
I hope somehow, you can feel it.

Love,
K and M
Stacy Cain
Stacy Cain
Rob & families,

  I feel so Blessed to have all of you in my life via Leah!

 My friend left my life to soon, after a mere brush...I know we will reunite someday in some way.

I do believe that we are all a woven tapestry of who we allow into our lives, some of our most precious threads are the most fine and frail. As a quilter I get it.

 Pure, Honest Love has never shown so Brightly in my life and you have made me a better person because of it, Thank You!

I Love Leah, Rob, Shirley & Families!

Love & Light, Stacy
Kim Ellis
Kim Ellis
Hi Rob,
Thanks for sharing your beautiful and comforting thoughts about keeping Leah's memory alive. As I don't have direct contact with you, I am happy to hear you are doing ok. I think of you often as you pick up the pieces of your life without your soulmate. As for Leah visits, I'd like to think that when I hear Prince on my way to work in the morning, it's Leah's way of saying "Good Morning" to the world. I seem to be stumbling across his 80s hits more often - I'm guessing Leah has something to with it - it's a great way to kick start the morning!
Thank you again for sharing,Kim
shirley strom
shirley strom
Hello Rob,
There isn't a night that goes by that Leah isn't present in my dreams or half dream, half wake state. I think they're memories replayed but I am so hoping she will "ghost" me too. I feel so proud of you and I know Leah is too. I miss Greenvale, you, the dogs and cats, our little cozy bedroom, the music, our TV nights and our sweet Leah. You have earned all the love and respect that is coming your way. See you soon.
Love,
Shirley
Pat Moriarity
Pat Moriarity
Yes, Leah has also surfaced in my subconcious dream states here and there recently. I can't think of anything specific but it always is a cartoon thing. One artist to another. With all the nose blowing, hugging, and hand shaking at the memorial, I came home from Minneapolis sick, and still am! Every time I hack and spit I think I'm evicting a tiny increment of Leah's pain away. ha! Love you Rob, and look forward to coming out there. This summer?
yer pal Pat
Brian Drake
Brian Drake
Thanks for the cool update, Rob. It was the first thing I read this a.m. after logging on to the 'confuser'...and it is good medicine for me after being down with the flu for the past 4 days. Which brings me to the "message" I had planned on posting to you on FB.


Leah visited my dreams last night-a brief visit (I'm guessing she's busy visiting a lot of people's dreams) but so real that I was in that place where dreams and waking life play in concert with one another. She asked me if I was "drinking enough water?" I said "yes, I think so...I've been peeing a lot" and she laughed the laugh that only belonged to her.. the one we all know and remember so well. I asked her how she was, and she replied; "obviously a lot better than you are" and laughed again. She was amazingly beautiful and her hair was still short, but blonde. That was it.


For what it's worth, I woke up feeling noticeably better.


Peace and love to you from your old pal,
janet heezen
janet heezen
Hi rob, thanks for the update , I was at work today and thought I wonder , how you are doing , and here it is, even though it has been 20 years , since Leah and I had seen each other or hung out, she has left a huge impact on my life , she flutters by me some days, it is strange , but I know it is her, Leah like myself always lived in the spirit world as I do, this sounds strange , but she will come to you through writing a song, you will know it is her, , she is smiling big time as I write this , peace and keep loving Leah, as I know you will , janet
jeaneen gauthier
jeaneen gauthier
Hey Rob,
I'm glad to hear you've got friends around you and the Biggest Leah Shrine Ever (That You Know Of) to keep you engaged. What a heck of of journey it's been, huh? My take on it is, you two built up such a huge, beautiful life together, you've got enough love-power sustain you for time immemorial. Pets, and gardens, and music, and so much beautiful stuff. I love Leah, too! I'm looking forward to that next Rural Fox. I hope you'll include a maddeningly undoable crossword, I always tore my hair out over those!

Big hugs -- jeaneen.
Emily Rosenau
Emily Rosenau
Rob, I think it is lovely that you are planning to finish vol #18. Looking forward to seeing it and all your other tribute projects. We think of you often and hope to see you soon. Wrap yourself in critters and stay warm. Spring will be here before you know it. lots o love, Emily and Papa K
Staci Drouillard
Staci Drouillard
Dear Rob,
So wonderful to hear that there will be a new Rural Fox. I framed my "The Rules...Keep on Truckin" postcard just after the New Year. It's in the kitchen next to the window where we keep our bird feeders, which I think Leah would like. Anyway, it always cheers me up a little to look at that and think of Leah. You know where to find us if there is anything in the world that we can help with and I'm glad to hear that you are rocking out at Greenvale. You keep on keepin' on because we need you.
xoxo
Stacy Cain
Stacy Cain
Rob & families,

  I feel so Blessed to have all of you in my life via Leah!

 My friend left my life to soon, after a mere brush...I know we will reunite someday in some way.

I do believe that we are all a woven tapestry of who we allow into our lives, some of our most precious threads are the most fine and frail. As a quilter I get it.

 Pure, Honest Love has never shown so Brightly in my life and you have made me a better person because of it, Thank You!

I Love Leah, Rob, Shirley & Families!

Love & Light, Stacy
Pat Moriarity
Pat Moriarity
Yes, Leah has also surfaced in my subconcious dream states here and there recently. I can't think of anything specific but it always is a cartoon thing. One artist to another. With all the nose blowing, hugging, and hand shaking at the memorial, I came home from Minneapolis sick, and still am! Every time I hack and spit I think I'm evicting a tiny increment of Leah's pain away. ha! Love you Rob, and look forward to coming out there. This summer?
yer pal Pat
Brian Drake
Brian Drake
Thanks for the cool update, Rob. It was the first thing I read this a.m. after logging on to the 'confuser'...and it is good medicine for me after being down with the flu for the past 4 days. Which brings me to the "message" I had planned on posting to you on FB.


Leah visited my dreams last night-a brief visit (I'm guessing she's busy visiting a lot of people's dreams) but so real that I was in that place where dreams and waking life play in concert with one another. She asked me if I was "drinking enough water?" I said "yes, I think so...I've been peeing a lot" and she laughed the laugh that only belonged to her.. the one we all know and remember so well. I asked her how she was, and she replied; "obviously a lot better than you are" and laughed again. She was amazingly beautiful and her hair was still short, but blonde. That was it.


For what it's worth, I woke up feeling noticeably better.


Peace and love to you from your old pal,
jeaneen gauthier
jeaneen gauthier
Hey Rob,
I'm glad to hear you've got friends around you and the Biggest Leah Shrine Ever (That You Know Of) to keep you engaged. What a heck of of journey it's been, huh? My take on it is, you two built up such a huge, beautiful life together, you've got enough love-power sustain you for time immemorial. Pets, and gardens, and music, and so much beautiful stuff. I love Leah, too! I'm looking forward to that next Rural Fox. I hope you'll include a maddeningly undoable crossword, I always tore my hair out over those!

Big hugs -- jeaneen.
Emily Rosenau
Emily Rosenau
Rob, I think it is lovely that you are planning to finish vol #18. Looking forward to seeing it and all your other tribute projects. We think of you often and hope to see you soon. Wrap yourself in critters and stay warm. Spring will be here before you know it. lots o love, Emily and Papa K
Kristen K
Kristen K
Leah,

M and I were out and about today, and I bought M a fairy for her to add to her growing fairy family that she plays with. Whether in her room during the snow season, or out in the fairy gardens planted hither and yon around our farm, we've got fairies everywhere. M was busy extolling the virtues of her latest addition when I asked her to hand it to me. As I studied it, it occurred to me that she looked just like you. I said as much, and we both sighed. We miss you. We both lamented how we missed your laughter, how your positive attitude made you glow, and how when you spoke of Rob, your smile took up your whole face and love radiated from your eyes.

We miss you Miss Leah.
I just had to say that.
I hope somehow, you can feel it.

Love,
K and M
Kim Ellis
Kim Ellis
Hi Rob,
Thanks for sharing your beautiful and comforting thoughts about keeping Leah's memory alive. As I don't have direct contact with you, I am happy to hear you are doing ok. I think of you often as you pick up the pieces of your life without your soulmate. As for Leah visits, I'd like to think that when I hear Prince on my way to work in the morning, it's Leah's way of saying "Good Morning" to the world. I seem to be stumbling across his 80s hits more often - I'm guessing Leah has something to with it - it's a great way to kick start the morning!
Thank you again for sharing,Kim
shirley strom
shirley strom
Hello Rob,
There isn't a night that goes by that Leah isn't present in my dreams or half dream, half wake state. I think they're memories replayed but I am so hoping she will "ghost" me too. I feel so proud of you and I know Leah is too. I miss Greenvale, you, the dogs and cats, our little cozy bedroom, the music, our TV nights and our sweet Leah. You have earned all the love and respect that is coming your way. See you soon.
Love,
Shirley
janet heezen
janet heezen
Hi rob, thanks for the update , I was at work today and thought I wonder , how you are doing , and here it is, even though it has been 20 years , since Leah and I had seen each other or hung out, she has left a huge impact on my life , she flutters by me some days, it is strange , but I know it is her, Leah like myself always lived in the spirit world as I do, this sounds strange , but she will come to you through writing a song, you will know it is her, , she is smiling big time as I write this , peace and keep loving Leah, as I know you will , janet
Staci Drouillard
Staci Drouillard
Dear Rob,
So wonderful to hear that there will be a new Rural Fox. I framed my "The Rules...Keep on Truckin" postcard just after the New Year. It's in the kitchen next to the window where we keep our bird feeders, which I think Leah would like. Anyway, it always cheers me up a little to look at that and think of Leah. You know where to find us if there is anything in the world that we can help with and I'm glad to hear that you are rocking out at Greenvale. You keep on keepin' on because we need you.
xoxo
Kim Ellis
Kim Ellis
Hi Rob,
Thanks for sharing your beautiful and comforting thoughts about keeping Leah's memory alive. As I don't have direct contact with you, I am happy to hear you are doing ok. I think of you often as you pick up the pieces of your life without your soulmate. As for Leah visits, I'd like to think that when I hear Prince on my way to work in the morning, it's Leah's way of saying "Good Morning" to the world. I seem to be stumbling across his 80s hits more often - I'm guessing Leah has something to with it - it's a great way to kick start the morning!
Thank you again for sharing,Kim
Pat Moriarity
Pat Moriarity
Yes, Leah has also surfaced in my subconcious dream states here and there recently. I can't think of anything specific but it always is a cartoon thing. One artist to another. With all the nose blowing, hugging, and hand shaking at the memorial, I came home from Minneapolis sick, and still am! Every time I hack and spit I think I'm evicting a tiny increment of Leah's pain away. ha! Love you Rob, and look forward to coming out there. This summer?
yer pal Pat
janet heezen
janet heezen
Hi rob, thanks for the update , I was at work today and thought I wonder , how you are doing , and here it is, even though it has been 20 years , since Leah and I had seen each other or hung out, she has left a huge impact on my life , she flutters by me some days, it is strange , but I know it is her, Leah like myself always lived in the spirit world as I do, this sounds strange , but she will come to you through writing a song, you will know it is her, , she is smiling big time as I write this , peace and keep loving Leah, as I know you will , janet
Kristen K
Kristen K
Leah,

M and I were out and about today, and I bought M a fairy for her to add to her growing fairy family that she plays with. Whether in her room during the snow season, or out in the fairy gardens planted hither and yon around our farm, we've got fairies everywhere. M was busy extolling the virtues of her latest addition when I asked her to hand it to me. As I studied it, it occurred to me that she looked just like you. I said as much, and we both sighed. We miss you. We both lamented how we missed your laughter, how your positive attitude made you glow, and how when you spoke of Rob, your smile took up your whole face and love radiated from your eyes.

We miss you Miss Leah.
I just had to say that.
I hope somehow, you can feel it.

Love,
K and M
jeaneen gauthier
jeaneen gauthier
Hey Rob,
I'm glad to hear you've got friends around you and the Biggest Leah Shrine Ever (That You Know Of) to keep you engaged. What a heck of of journey it's been, huh? My take on it is, you two built up such a huge, beautiful life together, you've got enough love-power sustain you for time immemorial. Pets, and gardens, and music, and so much beautiful stuff. I love Leah, too! I'm looking forward to that next Rural Fox. I hope you'll include a maddeningly undoable crossword, I always tore my hair out over those!

Big hugs -- jeaneen.
Emily Rosenau
Emily Rosenau
Rob, I think it is lovely that you are planning to finish vol #18. Looking forward to seeing it and all your other tribute projects. We think of you often and hope to see you soon. Wrap yourself in critters and stay warm. Spring will be here before you know it. lots o love, Emily and Papa K
Stacy Cain
Stacy Cain
Rob & families,

  I feel so Blessed to have all of you in my life via Leah!

 My friend left my life to soon, after a mere brush...I know we will reunite someday in some way.

I do believe that we are all a woven tapestry of who we allow into our lives, some of our most precious threads are the most fine and frail. As a quilter I get it.

 Pure, Honest Love has never shown so Brightly in my life and you have made me a better person because of it, Thank You!

I Love Leah, Rob, Shirley & Families!

Love & Light, Stacy
shirley strom
shirley strom
Hello Rob,
There isn't a night that goes by that Leah isn't present in my dreams or half dream, half wake state. I think they're memories replayed but I am so hoping she will "ghost" me too. I feel so proud of you and I know Leah is too. I miss Greenvale, you, the dogs and cats, our little cozy bedroom, the music, our TV nights and our sweet Leah. You have earned all the love and respect that is coming your way. See you soon.
Love,
Shirley
Brian Drake
Brian Drake
Thanks for the cool update, Rob. It was the first thing I read this a.m. after logging on to the 'confuser'...and it is good medicine for me after being down with the flu for the past 4 days. Which brings me to the "message" I had planned on posting to you on FB.


Leah visited my dreams last night-a brief visit (I'm guessing she's busy visiting a lot of people's dreams) but so real that I was in that place where dreams and waking life play in concert with one another. She asked me if I was "drinking enough water?" I said "yes, I think so...I've been peeing a lot" and she laughed the laugh that only belonged to her.. the one we all know and remember so well. I asked her how she was, and she replied; "obviously a lot better than you are" and laughed again. She was amazingly beautiful and her hair was still short, but blonde. That was it.


For what it's worth, I woke up feeling noticeably better.


Peace and love to you from your old pal,
Staci Drouillard
Staci Drouillard
Dear Rob,
So wonderful to hear that there will be a new Rural Fox. I framed my "The Rules...Keep on Truckin" postcard just after the New Year. It's in the kitchen next to the window where we keep our bird feeders, which I think Leah would like. Anyway, it always cheers me up a little to look at that and think of Leah. You know where to find us if there is anything in the world that we can help with and I'm glad to hear that you are rocking out at Greenvale. You keep on keepin' on because we need you.
xoxo