Monday, January 05, 2009

Top Banana Hall of Fame-First Member

She told me that her daddy would sing her this song and it was her favorite. The talent she had for taking a photo of a junk tractor and maake it look like a piece of art is a talent a few of us have.

A friend to us all, she made each of us individually feel like the most important one to her.

Her absence is felt in all of "bloggeritaville" but we all are richer for having known her.

While she was here we all were felt that she made this more of a wonderful world.

Suzanne Horne, aka Liquid, gone but never forgotten, my first member of the Top Banana Hall of Fame!

12 comments:

coltfan said...

rest in peace sweet liquid.queen of the top banana hall of fame ! now and forever.

Busy Bee Suz said...

Such a beautiful song.....I hope her family is doing ok. I feel for them all....

Michelle Dawn said...

As it should be.

Diane Vogel Ferri said...

I miss her fabulous photos already.

clean and crazy said...

What a beautiful tribute and sentiment for such a wonderful woman. Thank you for keeping her alive in our hearts.

Michelle said...

That was beautiful, Cliff

Jen said...

Very nice !!
I like that song too-it's on my IPOD.

Martha said...

:*) Beautiful. Just Beautiful!

Amias said...

Cliff,
Suzanne's father is going to print out her online memorial book as a keepsake for the children. Go over there and read the post on Suzanne's Blog, and see if you can't help get as many folks as possible to sign the book for Bella and Campbell. It seems that they are signing the face book, and the blog, but it would be good to have as many as possible to sign the memorial book.

By the way, good choice!
Hope you are having a happy new years.

Amias

JihadGene said...

Not forgotten.

Mojo said...

someone left a comment on my blog that read, "One's life is never in vain no matter how short if people remember you."

In that way, Suzanne's life was very, very successful indeed. Because no one that every knew her will ever forget her.

And they will, every one, miss her terribly.

I can' think of a better choice for a first inductee.

Charli said...

Thank you for this tribute to her. She was a special person. We are lucky for having known her in the ways we did.