Here's fervently hoping... xoxoxo
Oh just sitting here crying my eyes out in Brooklyn at 2 a.m., from these songs...
I hope the melancholia isn't a lasting one Map - good songs though
Nothing like a bit of melancholy or Celtic gloom between friends:) I blame my Irish Grandmother.
Strikes when we least expect it. Take care of yourself - thinking of you. We all seem to have been a bit quiet recently. I miss JB too.
I understand. I still feel this unsettling disquiet about Jimmy's "disappearance". I think it's effecting all of us.What I don't understand is those who've commented at his blog with dark whispers. I would rather know the truth than be kept in the dark.Better days, my friend. I will embrace ol' southern Scarlett O'Hara with "Tomorrow is another day".xx
Double espresso required...
i hear y'all, brother. we're all feeling less than right now. it's the not knowing...xoxoxoxox
Pon; Hoping friend, for our friend! :¬)xxxLeah; I, your brother, am with you. :¬)xxxLulu; 'tis the drink what brings it out! I am a merry soul most of the time! :¬)xxx
Pat; I blame my Scottish Grandfather! :¬)xxxMadame DF; It's like the Leader Of The Gang is missing, yeah? :¬)xxxhope; 'tomorrow'! :¬)xxx
Kim; Today maybe, but at 4:03AM? That's the last thing I need! (I know what you mean though pal, and I DO love my double espresso! Because of you I've stopped buying instant, and take the few minutes extra to make COFFEE!!) :¬)Sav; Just to know. It's all very strange and upsetting. :¬)xoxoxoxox
Melancholy is indeed in the Celtic genes, but it's quite different from despair and hopelessness. JB is much too strong for the latter two, and I'm hoping he is working on his masterpiece.