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18th-century Italian angel in my cabinet d' curiosities, Paris.
"As a tale, so is life; not how long
it is, but how good it is, is what matters." - Seneca.
Remembering Natasha Richardson, 1963-2009.
Posted by Tara Bradford on 19 March 2009 at 15:00 | Permalink
Antiques and collectibles, film, Natasha Richardson, news and current events, Paris, Seneca
When anyone asks me what I would wish for I always say - I want to die before my children, a parent should never have to bury their child. Such sad news.
Di Overton |
24 March 2009 at 12:47
Hi Tara, This was a real wake up call. Miss you! XXOO
24 March 2009 at 01:42
Before I read your words, I was caught by your image. I thought, "You own this?" I have got to see your entire cabinet d' curiosities dome day.
22 March 2009 at 02:56
Melanie, I'm so terribly sorry to hear about your friend. What a tragedy! It is quite shocking how everything can change in the blink of an eye. xo
Tara Bradford |
21 March 2009 at 15:25
Such a tragedy - so young still and so talented. So very, very sad. Yes make every moment count - you are so very right, Tara~xo
21 March 2009 at 10:26
it is terrible. But your post's titlle is right and we have not to forget it . Life is so fragile.
I've just lost a friend few days ago , as he was coming back home , he died , I can not get out of my min how life can suddenly "swing"
Mélanie Aussandon |
20 March 2009 at 18:01
Fifi Flowers |
20 March 2009 at 07:20
This is so sad.... yes you did choose the perfect quote.
20 March 2009 at 04:44
I was sad as this unfolded.
You found the perfect quote.
19 March 2009 at 23:50
God bless her and her family. I look into the eyes of the photograph and it makes me smile. These angels surround us, rather it be at our worst of times or at our best of times.
19 March 2009 at 23:32
Beautiful remembrance... She was so young and full of life... She simply shined with love and joy. She is a star of the Universe now.
19 March 2009 at 23:23
She was such a beautiful woman. Like her mother and aunt. She will be missed. So sad for her children too.
Brenda Kula |
19 March 2009 at 23:00
I tried to leave a comment earlier , so forgive me if you get 2! I wanted to say how sad and tragic Natasha's death was. IT just makes one realize how something can happen at any moment. Live life to it's fullest and always follow your heart. MY prayers go out to her family. And...I just want you to know ,Tara, that you are a very special and wonderful person!
pam aries |
19 March 2009 at 22:24
We never know when it's our time to move on. I try and remember this every day. xo
19 March 2009 at 21:38
Funny but when I read the headline on my computer this morning I felt a little queasy. I'm usually okay with those things...but something about that family is endearing to me. I really like them.
It is a tragedy, and I'm very sorry for their loss. It was so unnecessary.
Your quote, stresses quality over quantity. Appropriate.
Gillian daSilva |
19 March 2009 at 19:54
I was shocked that someone so healthy and vibrant could die after such an ordinary accident, so sad.
Willow House |
19 March 2009 at 19:22
So sad to hear that this beautiful, talented lady has passed away.
19 March 2009 at 18:22
Yes, it is important to make each moment count. I have been saddened this week for Natasha and her family.
19 March 2009 at 16:43
I was about to post something similar in my blog. Life is so brief Tara, it is a priviledge to die old. We are like flames burning brightly for a shinning instant.
19 March 2009 at 16:27
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