I must apologize for this long overdue post. The last week or so have been quite sureal.
A little over a week ago we lost my brother in law Keith quite suddenly. My husband and I were heading to his house to help him with some paperwork when we found him unresponsive. The Elmwood Park police, EMTs and the doctors and nurses at St. Joseph’s Hospital of Paterson were all wonderful and I can’t thank them enough for their care. Despite all the best efforts, we sent him to Heaven last Wednesday. Keith was 50.
This week I was shocked to hear that a wonderful person from high school, Pete Grammatico, also passed away far too early. When I was a young, awkard girl in high school, Pete always had a gentle smile and a heartful laugh. He was an amazing drummer and singer and he will truly be missed by his friends and family.
I haven’t had much of an interest in creating recently, but I am trying to move ahead. This weekend I will be giving a spinning demonstration at the Elias Van Bunschooten Museum located at 1097 Route 23 North in Wantage Township, NJ, about five miles north of Sussex, on Sunday, July 26 from 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Yes, ironic, I know <grin>. You can call the museum at 973-383-0015 for more information. I hope to see you there.