Kat has Lex’s Blog back up!
Reblogged this on Among The Joshua Trees.
The link isn’t taking me anywhere.
It should take you to Rhythms and then go to the home page.
The link takes me to Rhythms, but the main page is http://www.neptunuslex.com
Words fail. What RonF and Byron and xbradtx and dwas said: me, too.
I have recommended Rhythms to my AMU Chief. I told him that Lex was the best there ever was.
I was standing in the parking lot of Chili’s at 0030 this morning trying to explain it to a friend. She didn’t get it, and I rather expect she won’t get it, but the ones who should get it do. I’m just glad I’m not crazy for getting it.
My Wife simply said on Lex’s passing this.
You should go to the service at Fort Rosecrans. She knew I lived in another world at times.
Affirmative! Kat has it up. I hadn’t been there in a coupla months and tonight I just clicked on the same old link. On purpose no less. There are no coincidents.
Hopefully Kat will post on life with The Good Captain for us on occasion.
My browser remembered it as a deadend link & I had to delete all cookies, favorites links, etc., i.e., give my computer a lobotomy, to get there. Worked!
Far Out! Glad you are back to being able to read it!
Huzzahs! And here’s hoping we hear from Kat in her own voice.
Hearing about Lex being a Dad would be a real treat!
Agreed. Someone had already asked in the comments to Kats “Thank You” post on whether Lex’s site would be opened to guest bloggers. Good intentions aside… that just kinda rubs me wrong. Other than the Family and Whisper, Lex’s site should be preserved. After all, That is what the Lexicans site was set up for was it not? Neptunuslex should be maintained for updated links and removal of dead links but otherwise, only the family and Whisper is what I say.
This was a most welcome surprise tonight! Thanks for posting it so I could find out, Glenn
I’m not sure I can read her post through my tears.
Beautiful in every way. Kat shows us such immense courage to post in her own voice barely 3 months after the loss of her dad. I am filled with gratitude for her strength to let us continue to share her dad.
And the thing is: I wonder if she knows how many hundreds of “parents” she’s had for so many years. All of us worried about her horse riding, wondering how she was doing with college choices and how she’d get thru the loss of a father like Lex.
We love her as we love her dad. Wonder what that feels like at her age?
Lex’s blog being restored is the best news I’ve had in a long, long time. I was trying to explain just how very loved and IMPORTANT he was to a friend last evening as we discussed the import of the day. She was taken aback at how very emotional I got and said only “Wow. He must have been SUMTHIN’.”
Well, yes. Yes he was. And still is.
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