Rants, Commentary, Observations

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Just thought I would put alink at the top of the page -I have a few pages there so far- at bottom of the page a link will take you to previous postings. https://silentconsort.wordpress.com/category/rants-commentary/page/2/

and so on .

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6 thoughts on “Rants, Commentary, Observations

  1. My son, James Leshkevich, was born in 1955, not 1956. It will be a year tomorrow, Feb. 19th, that he died. He was my heart, I loved him dearly. I have his ashes.

  2. Judith, your son was a very good friend of mine. I was not fortunate enough to meet him in ‘real life’, but we did do some radio stuff together.
    Your son, James was a good man, as our host can attest. He cared, that was one of the things that made him James Leshkevich.
    I miss Yankee Jim and love him as a brother. His suffering ended and he is now waiting to be reunited with us.
    I have had a couple of drinks, as is the Irish way to remember him.
    Judith, I will NEVER forget your son.

  3. Rob, thank you for being my son’s friend. His sister and I are especially having a very hard time today on the first anniversary of his death, plus every day is hard to deal with. The three of us are very close and love each other very much. My son’s spirit is always with me, but I still can’t believe he’s gone. I live in Florida, had Jimmy cremated in Kingston, NY, snd they mailed his urn to me. I couldn’t go to NY to see him before cremation because I was in such bad shape for the first two weeks. What’s important is that I have my son at home with me. When I join Jimmy, his sister will take care of him. By the way, Jimmy was Irish, Scotch and Russian (his father was Russian).

  4. Rob, thank you for being my son’s friend. His sister and I are especially having a very hard time today on the first anniversary of his death, plus every day is hard to deal with. The three of us are very close and love each other very much. My son’s spirit is always with me, but I still can’t believe he’s gone. I live in Florida, had Jimmy cremated in Kingston, NY, and they mailed his urn to me. I couldn’t go to NY to see him before cremation because I was in such bad shape for the first two weeks. What’s important is that I have my son at home with me. When I join Jimmy, his sister will take care of him. By the way, Jimmy was Irish, Scotch and Russian (his father was Russian).

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