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A reminder to all here: tonite is the gathering at Shakespeare’s with the family. If you can’t be there please remember to raise a glass of the appropriate libation to Our Beloved Lex and to his amazing family (and Marianne) – they gather at 5:30PST. Mine will be a Woodford’s Reserve in the safety and warmth of my New England Nest. And don’t forget that SNO, Biscuit and Kat will be sharing stories of their dad on the Mothership at some point over the weekend.
God, how I miss him. There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t think of him and his family. Happy Birthday in Heaven.
I’ll be into the Woodford Reserve, too. It’s only RIGHT.
I will get some Guinness today
It’s a great day to remember Lex and to celebrate the fact that such people come forth to serve in our military: Unbelievably capable, bright, and talented people, and with “the right stuff”, too. The best of the best.
We were lucky to be allowed to share him. He was special and, yet, not unique – he let us know that he was doing his best to try to measure up to those who taught him and to pass along what he’d learned, so we can be comforted by the knowledge that there are others. Hopefully many of them.
Happy Birthday, Lex and family.
I raise one to you Lex and allow a few tears to fall. Your faithful miss you but that is to be expected. Looking forward to meeting up with you and all the faithful in the great beyond. Gonna be a great reunion, A Deus!
Hope it’s a happy one where ever you are Lex. You are missed.
Happy Birthday Lex!
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For Lex… http://youtu.be/BaKqwvGa6Bw
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