In 1973, after college graduation, your dad invited a list kid to live in your home in South Berwick. Had no where else to go. Spent lots of time with Chad, reading to him. You kept a lot to yourself but once wrote a school report called "Posh the Ghost" Your mom was very proud of it.
The kindness of your mom and dad helped me get some fresh air and regain my bearings. Such kindness.
Wow - amazing how an act of kindness can reverberate through the decades and still have the power to move us. For a long time it was a mystery to me why this gentle young man one day began sleeping on the couch in the living room. Tuns out it was just plain human compassion.
a tour in Germany in your plans???
Hi Slaid. Just want to say to you that each and every time I hear the song 'Still Fighting the War', I realize just how brilliant of a songwriter you really are. It also reminds me of just how appreciative we need to all be of our brave men and woman who serve in our armed forces. And we should never forget their families who, if they have not lost their loved ones in the war itself, will still have to 'keep fighting the war' with them when they return. Many, many thanks to all of you out there, and to you Said for writing about this.
PS: Slaid, please don't sell yourself short. You ARE a 'superstar' to me and all of your dedicated fans!'