Saturday, November 24, 2018

Blind Item #8

A little revisionist history. This original actress yachter turned royal actually did want to continue acting after marriage but her husband wouldn't allow it. He knew she would cheat on him because she was not happy in the life she was being forced to live.

108 comments:

Tricia13 said...
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sandybrook said...

Bwaha Princess Grace

MDAnderson said...

Princess Grace??

Tricia13 said...

Grace Kelly

sandybrook said...

https://www.express.co.uk/expressyourself/110262/Grace-Kelly-Innocent-flirt-or-nymphomaniac

yepthatsme said...

Any news on the Esquire article?

White Cobra said...

She will be dead in five years. She kind of has it coming. She is trash.

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Low Key said...

Boy, do I have some news for you...

Mischief Girl said...

"He knew she would cheat on him" but it was totally okay for him to cheat on her. Man, I hate double standards! And control freaks.

cheesegrater15 said...

Lol

Sd Auntie said...

@white cobra. GK is dead.

Gator said...

She is trash? This isn't about Markle, so all the bitter brits who hate her can take a breather.

Trapped said...

Grace Kelly the eautiful actress

Mischi said...

I read somewhere that Grace Kelly paid to marry Prince Rainier. She had a huge dowry. And, that there were many Hollywood stars vying for the same honour.

Boo Hearne said...

Dear Cedan Posters:

I promised my mom, Boo Hearne, I would let you know when she left us. I debated whether to do this because so many of you really disliked her. A lot. Problem was, she figured this site out long ago, and published her feelings. That was Miss Boo. A true Aries right to the end.

She lost her battle with cancer and Parkinson's Disease earlier this week in Paris. She was married to a French photo-journalist. She never spoke about this. She was buried in Paris. It was her wish.

I promised her I would post this and I kept my promise. At least she got to tell some of her incredible stories. Believe me, she left the good stuff unsaid. She was quite a gal! A fabulous Mom, incredible Grandmother, best friends to so many people all over the world. She will be missed.

Jessa Hearne Bernier

OB said...

Oh my god Jessa I am speechless and so so sorry for your loss. I always loved Boo and her interesting and informative posts, along with her sense of humor.

Again, so sorry for your loss

MissyPab said...

My condolences. She was very gracious and always enjoyed her posts. My thoughts and prayers are with you and yourfamily.she will be missed.

P. Edwin Nibbles said...

Jessa Hearne Bernier

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

AppleThief4Elliot said...

My condolences to you and your family.

MommaBear said...

I’m so sorry for your loss. I will miss her fascinating stories & her sassy comments here. 💕

CJ said...

@Jessa Hearne Bernier,

So very sorry for your loss. I remember your mom's comments well. She seemed to have had quite a glimpse of what happened behind the curtain.

Thanks for letting us know.

Christina said...

Dear Jessa,

Thank you for letting us know. I enjoyed your mother's comments immensely. I don't post often and mostly lurk, but I feel like I knew her personality through her comments. She was part of a fun, vibrant and obnoxious (at times) community. RIP.

Christina

HushHush said...

My condolences Jessa. Your mum sounded like a lively character, I enjoyed her commentary. As someone caring for sick and elderly parents, you have my deepest sympathy, and understanding.

Glitter said...

So sorry to hear about Boo. I loved her stories.

Susan said...

Prayers to you and your family, Jessa. Your mom seemed like an awesome lady and I loved her stories. I think she had more love on here than you realize. God bless.

w33burd said...

Oh Jessa, my thoughts are with you and your family. I’ve been reading CDAN for years, but have probably only ever posted acouple of times. May I say, your Mamma is a legend, such a rascal with fabulous stories! Her contributions will be very much missed. Love from Scotland. xx

Lovino said...

My condolences.

Spitbite said...

Dear Jessa Hearne Barnier,

I'm sorry to hear about the loss of your mum, she had some interesting stories and I'd love to have read more. And she was always polite.

I lost a parent too a while back and remember well how it feels, it's not fun.

All the best.

justmytwosense said...

Jessa,

My condolences for your loss. I don't post often, but I always loved reading your mom's commemts. She had such great stories and seemed to live a full and interesting life. She'll be missed on CDAN.

Boo Hearne said...

Thank you all so much. I will save these comments for her granddaughter who is totally destroyed that Grammy Boo is gone. I once asked her about this site and who did she think posted here. Her reply: 'It's a group home for kids with peanut allergies.' I laughed for a half hour at that description. She meant it in a loving way. Jessa

MountainMama said...

Jessa my prayers are with you and your family during this most difficult time. Your mother's stories filled me smiles. She had such a way with words. May she rest easy.

petty white said...

dear jessa,

heartfelt condolences to you and your family. i don't post much here, but it's a daily read for me and has been for many years. i always loved your mom's sassy style and captivating stories. she was a real gem around here. she will be sincerely missed. <3

p swer said...

Jesse,
I loved reading Boo Hearne's comments. I am sorry for your loss of a great lady and Mother.

p swer said...

Jessa,*

MDAnderson said...

Always loved your mom’s stories and comments. I will miss her very much. A lot of people liked your mom’s comments and stories.

Christina McKenna said...

My condolences and my best to you during this difficult time. Bringing stories and laughs into people lives-well, it's a wonderful thing to be remembered for in my book.

Freckles said...

Godspeed Boo. I loved her stories and candor.

RobinTMP said...

Jessa, I'm so sorry re: your mom--she always seemed like a real character with a hell of a lot of stories she could have told, but chose not to for various and sundry reasons, and I daresay I would have enjoyed hanging out with her in person. Please take care of yourself and your (I'm presuming) daughter, OK? *hugs*

Guesser said...

So sorry for you Jessa, your family and Boo's other family here. I recently interacted with her about some long rumoured stories that she confirmed. I bet she wanted to get some things out. She had mentioned writing a book, but for privacy she did not reveal much info. Is it possible to hear about it now?

Disillusioned Fan said...

Very sorry to hear that. Condolences from a longtime reader who always enjoyed what she had to say.

Justdanadane said...

I don't have a peanut allergy but I'd agree with the group home part. :)

I also am a long time reader, mostly lurker. But I had to step out of the shadows and add my condolences and best wishes to your family.

While I scroll through a lot of the bickering, I always stopped when I saw Boo had commented. Her stories and views will be missed. I hope now she is at peace and I hope that you and your family will find your own peace as well.

Boo Hearne said...
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OB said...

Jessa: Fascinating!

But not surprising. As a long-time reader here everytime Boo posted there was a wealth of experience in what she had to say. And even when she kept her counsel she still had those words of wisdom for us all.

You are very lucky to have had such a woman in your life, and we were lucky for the time she gave us here at CDaN

Hortensia said...

Jesse Hearne Barnier: Your mother's stories were extraordinary. We were lucky to be graced with what she gave us.

Guesser said...

@Jessa,that explains a lot. All the regulars here get accused of being someone else,or accused of making things up, but real life is stranger than fiction. Hopefully, some of this can come out. We here are an odd bunch of misfits sometimes,but we often forget that a real person is behind the words. As I mentioned,I got a real feeling she wanted to tell us more, but the backlash would have been painful.

Kimberley said...

I'm so sorry for your loss, Jessa, and for your family. I agree with all these heart-felt comments about Boo. I interacted with her on here and stuck up for her on occasions when I saw any snarkiness towards her. She was always so lovely to me, gracious and kind, insightful and a very special person. I will miss her. My deepest sympathy to you Jessa. Take care, and God Bless you and your family.

emeraldcity said...

Oh No! You never really appreciate what you've got until it's gone. I will certainly miss Boo's stories and how she was always gracious and non combative when some readers gave her flack if they found her stories hard to believe. As Guesser said truth can be stranger than fiction. I just know she will be living her next adventure to the full.

Mango said...

@Jessa Hearne Bernier - I am so very sorry for your loss. I thoroughly enjoyed Boo's posts and her spirit. I would love it if you posted a photograph of her one day. And please, please publish her writings. She had a great gift for story-telling.

chillip said...

You don't know when a bit of news will affect you more than you expect -- this news about Boo was an unexpected punch in the gut for me.

Godspeed to Ms. Boo and heartfelt condolences to you and your family, Jessa. Thank you for informing the CDAN community.

Littledrunkinhooker said...

I am so sorry for your loss! I adored your mother's stories.

lutefisk said...

Jessa Hearne Bernier
I am so sorry to read about your mother's passing. May you always cherish the wonderful memories you have of her.

Boo Hearne said...

Mango

Thank you so much. She always said she would never include a photo on CDAN because she wanted everyone to imagine what she looked like. I will honor that. One last thing I will share. The day before she left us it was obvious she didn't have long. Her husband, my stepdad, Jean-Yves, read her the Obit he had written. Tears streaming down his face, he choked the words out. She listened, nodded and then said, 'As for reason of death, why don't you say I died having a butt lift?!' Tears wiped away, hysterical laughter from her family and physicians, this was so Miss Boo! No, we did not include that in her Obituary.

Sd Auntie said...

Deepest Sympathy to the Hearne family. I was looking forward to more stories!! If you could let us know about her book it would be really appreciated. Take care

Jazzy Rae said...

Sorry for your loss

Fairylights Lam said...

I am so very sorry for your loss, a post from Boo Hearne brightened my day, I always looked forward to what she had to say. She will be deeply missed.

mike m said...

I always loved to read Boo's posting.
You were very lucky to have her as a mother.
God bless

Urban Rosebud said...

I agree...about Brayson too.
Boo's post were interesting & uplifting. She will be missed. She added a lot of value to this board. Great story about her relationship with Cuba. Much love to you & your family Jessa.

AbbyRock said...

Dear Jessa, I am so sorry for your loss. Boo always had great stories and comments. She will be missed on CDAN. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Megan said...

I’m so sorry to hear about Boo. It’s a terrible loss when you lose a loved one, and I can’t imagine how you must be feeling to lose your mom. My thoughts are with you.

Erin said...

Dearest Jessa and the Hearne family - my heartfelt condolences to you on the passing of your Boo. I always enjoyed your mom's postings. Her sense of right-and-wrong, passion for the underdog, and compassion for each soul in the world are all things I will always remember about her. Thank you for sharing your mom with us. She was truly one of a kind. - Erin

breadhead said...

Hi Jessa, I've lurked, (since the DM article), like a few here, but never commented, and may never again. Who knows? I never knew Boo Hearne, but I loved reading her comments and stories, and found myself smiling, lots. I am so, so sorry for your, and your family's loss. NZ xx

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Shaddup Mimsey said...

I’m so sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed reading her posts and am saddened that i won’t see them anymore. RIP Boo

Insomnix55 said...

Very sorry to hear of Boo Hearne’s passing. She will be missed by many of us that never had the pleasure of meeting her.

Mrs Meat said...

RIP Boo. A huge loss to her family and friends, no doubt. She was an amazing character, which shone through with her posts. I'll often skim over long posts, but hers were always interesting. She mentioned you a few times (unless she had another daughter who acted as a child) and sounded very protective of you (rightly so from the sounds of it!). I used to wonder if she'd write a book of her memoirs, and it sounds like the world missed out if she died without having done so. But clearly you heard many of her stories. I didn't catch that she was ill in her posts. She seemed feisty and full of vigour only last week. Thank you so much for letting us know. It would be so sad if she'd just faded off the board and none of had known xx

Lady A said...

Sorry to hear the sad news. It will be difficult for a while but there will come a time when thinking of her will make you smile and happy, instead of sad and empty. Thinking of you and your family

Katrina's Voice said...

Dear Jessa -
Thank you so much for letting us all know about Miss Boo. Long time lurker here, and I always looked forward to Boo's comments - I actually searched for them. This news, unexpectedly, made me sad. Selfish of me to feel that way, I know - but I feel as if we lost one of the great ones.
I am so sorry for your family's loss, but it must give you great comfort to know that she lived her life to the fullest and is on to her next adventure.
RIP Boo....

Boo Hearne said...
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Wednesday Williams said...

Dear Jessa, I can only echo what others have already said, her stories were interesting, her sass shone through, and she will be greatly missed. Thoughts and prayers for her family and a Mass for her soul.

TwoDots said...

I’m utterly shocked and I’m so dreadfully sorry to hear about Boo, I enjoyed her lively, charismatic and ianfihtful posts, even when I didn’t agree with them - she was always gracious. I would have loved to have heard more about her life! Please accept my condolences, and love to your family. @BooHearne

💫

TwoDots said...

Omg, my phone! Insightful was somehow “corrected” to lanfihtful. It seems my phone has peanut allergies.
🤦🏼‍♀️

Depeche Model said...

Dear Jessa,

I did not agree with Boo on many issues, and I challenged her views openly. Even though I found most of her comments to be interesting, sometimes her deeply opinionated insistence bothered me, and I told her as much. However, reading of her passing, came as a shock to somebody like me too, and resulted in great sadness. This is how much of an impact she had as a commenter on this site. We might not have seen eye to eye on many issues, but I respected her unapologetic attitude, and she will be missed, not just by people who agreed with everything she wrote, but also by people such as myself, who did not.
Please accept my most heartfelt condolences for your loss.

Aquagirl said...

Dear Jessa,

Miss Boo was an enigma to the very end. A husband in Paris? I thought she was going to her ranch when she last posted that she was at an airport. I knew about her cancer, but to learn that she was fighting Parkinson’s as well is just overwhelming. She was always quite the storyteller, and I so enjoyed reading her posts. During the past few weeks when she was posting, she was so energetic and vital, that when she said she didn’t know if she’d make it back, I didn’t know whether or not she was serious (even though, as I mentioned, I knew of her struggle with cancer.) Unfortunately, I lost a loved one 2 weeks ago, also to cancer, and I believe she was the same age as your mother (77)? In her case, she was pretty incoherent & constantly sleeping for the past two months, which was hard to watch as she was always so energetic and quite the character and storyteller just like your mom. I so miss our conversations as I’m sure you do and will continue to as well with your mother, but luckily we were both blessed with having these amazing women in our lives. Sending you and your family my prayers and love.

Kimberley said...

That's a lovely post @Aquagirl. I'm so sorry for your loss. My mum is 77 years old and in ill health as well as being disabled - we are very close and I dread the day that she goes. Sending you love and a prayer.

Chrissy Snow said...

@Jessa
I am just a lurker around here but always found your mom's posts enjoyable. It was clear she was suffering for some time. At the very least she is now pain-free and at peace. Wishing you and yours all the best during this difficult time.

Layla said...

I am so sorry Jessa. I thoroughly enjoyed Boo's comments. Thank you for letting us know.

Muckduck said...

I am so so sorry for your loss. I enjoyed your moms stories and will miss her presence here. 💜💜

Roman Holiday said...

Jessa, I am so sorry for you and your family's loss. I don't comment much, but, her stories were always fascinating to me. Sounds like she lived a fabulous life, prayers and peace to you & family.

Donna said...

Dear Jessa,
My deepest sympathy and condolences to you and your family.
Miss Boo was a delight in a dark world. An American Woman. May she rest in eternal peace. I can’t help but think she is in heaven sharing stories with Anthony 💕💕💕

Boo Hearne said...

To Aquagirl, Kimberley and Depeche Model and Everyone:

Aquagirl, You and your family will be in our prayers. This is the most painful event of my life. I am so sorry for your loss. We will both have such happy memories of them. I am sure we will grieve for the rest of our lives. But we were so lucky, weren't we? She sold her ranch a few months ago and returned to NYC for treatment. Actually, she gave the ranch to the Mexican-American family who helped her run it. Their joy made her so incredibly happy. She left NYC recently to go to London. She had plans to go further but got pneumonia and barely made it to Paris. We all flew over immediately. She called it, 'Miss Boo's Farewell Tour.'

For those of you whose toes she stepped on, the fact that you are writing kind posts makes me so appreciative. This is so special. Shows what mature, kind people you are.

I will say I am deeply saddened that Sandybrook did not make a comment as they had been posting for years. She believed that Sandy and Tricia were the same person. She was concerned about Tricia because she claimed to have children and yet spent an enormous amount of time on-site. During one of the storms in the Caribbean that she worried something tragic would happen to one of her children while she was posting on CDAN. I kept telling her that most of the people here aren't who or what they appear to be. But she was very concerned about Tricia's children.

I will leave Boo's email address as is. My family and I so appreciate each and every post you have all made. I wish each and every one of you all good blessings in the future. Happiness, wisdom, great health. You became her on-line family over the years. She loved visiting CDAN, especially at the end.

God bless! Thank you all.

Jessa H. Bernier

Ichorous said...

Jessa,
I rarely comment here, but have been a regular reader for years. I often skimmed through comments but would always stop and read Boo's. I never spoke to her myself, but I enjoyed her stories and her friendly, respectful rapport with other commenters. She was one of few posters here who had genuine insight into the industry, and a trove of real stories. She seemed to have lead a fascinating and fulfilling life, and had a great wit. I hope that the outpouring of support here can help in some small way to uplift you and your family during this sad time. Rest in peace Boo, you will be sorely missed and lovingly remembered.

mary lamb said...

Dear Jessa, I loved your mom's comments and told her so a couple of months ago. She was so interesting and reminded me of old friends who are no longer with us. I also found her uplifting and funny, even when she was dealing her illnesses.
Thank you for your generosity in coming here to tell us of her passing.
Know that she will be missed. Love and condolences to you and your family.
RIP Boo. <3

Missy Bigbritches said...

Hi Jessa. So many have written and said the same I have felt about Boo. One thing I don't think anyone has mentioned is her love for you. A few times she mentioned how she protected you from child stardom. She was so proud of you, it was clear. I would love to read her obit, if you care to link it.

Take care of yourselves and Boo, Rest in Power, butt lifted high!

P Rei said...

My condolences to you and your family

mary lamb said...

I just wanted to add something to this blind item.
Grace Kelly didn't need any money. She came from money and had it at her disposal.
Sometimes people just like sex. I doubt she was ever yachted. She did what she wanted with whom she wanted.
Just because she enjoyed Cannes (who wouldn't have back in the day) and filmed there doesn't mean she was being paid.
Refreshing, in my opinion.

Joanplus1dog said...

I am sorry for the loss of your mother. I rarely post but read usually daily. Grateful you let us know what happened. People disappear online sometimes & you are generally left wondering as to the reason/cause. I lost my Mom earlier this year & it is tough going thru the holidays w/o parents & grandparents & many times when you think of them in daily life. She led a long interesting life & got to do & see many things thru her lifetime. Hopefully you will remember all the good times you shared.

Jennacheryl said...

Jessa,
I loved your mom's stories and antidotes. Very colorful and she could bring to light many stories.
You all are in my thoughts and prayers.
Jenn

Aquagirl said...

Kimberley,
Thank you for your kind words. I agree that when your mom goes, it will be difficult. All I can advise is that you constantly tell her that you love her (which we all do in my family to the point of ad nauseum) and pray that she is not in pain. Other than that, it’s out of your hands. xo ����

Aquagirl said...

Dear Jessa,
Thank you for your kind words & prayers, despite the fact that you are in the midst of so much pain yourself. I am not at all surprised that your mother gave the ranch to the family that helped her run it. That seems to go along with her character, as distantly as I might know her. I’m so sorry that I missed ‘Miss Boo’s Farewell Tour’. It’s honestly, so beautiful when someone can fully live their lives, know that it won’t last forever, and be at peace with that.

As far as the happy memories and the grief, they, unfortunately, can be entertwined & coincide forever. But what I find helps me the most, in terms of finding joy is focusing on specific experiences at specific points in time—that’s when I feel so lucky to have had her in my life. And mostly it makes me laugh. For example, for the last several years, we’ve all gone (perhaps 25 of us) to a Restaurant and we’d have a private room for Thanksgiving. Yet my aunt would still
make a turkey at home in case people wanted leftovers (meanwhile, we’d just ask the restaurant for to-go containers!) Yet she did this year after year, because she felt she had to. I woke on Thanksgiving morning, thinking I’d feel sad, but this was the first thing that popped into my head, and I started laughing non-stop. That’s what makes me feel so lucky that she was such a huge part of my life. The unconditional love on both our parts, the laughter, the advice, the never-ending stories and the sometimes crazy behavior (such as her decorating her Christmas tree in October just because she liked it.)
Wishing you great memories!





MuchAdoAboutNothing said...

RIP Boo. Been reading here since the very beginning & always loved her commentary.

Sass71 said...

Jessa, my thoughts are with you. Boo was candid and an old soul; I loved that about her.

Becki said...

Jessa, I am also a lurker, some times poster, and I want to say that I am so very sorry for your loss!! Your mom told some great stories, and it sounds like had more to tell :) She had a vibrant personality that came through on this board. She will be missed!

tdring said...

Rest in peace Boo. So sorry for your loss Jessa.

Boo Hearne said...

FINAL POST: Someone mentioned at dinner today something I hadn't even thought of: Boo now knows the truth about CDAN and her favorite (?) posters. She felt strongly that a few of the old timers were the same person. Good cop, bad cop she called them. How strange that Bryson & Sandybrook never posted anything about her passing. Tricia-Bryson-Sandy. All the same person. Hmm. I sign off now and won't be returning to CDAN. Therefore, I won't see your posts after this. All of you who live in Seattle, Portland, San Francisco and Los Angeles, stay safe. Mom told a friend of hers who lives in SF to please get out and come back East. Time will tell. Bye!!!

Weekittylass said...

Gosh, just found out. Boo you were my fellow woman of a certain age. I will miss you and your stories. RIP sweet lady and may your family find great solace in your memories.

Donna said...

Dear Jessa,

Thank you for sharing your mom with us. I must say, I burst into tears reading your first post, and again when telling my husband about Miss Boo. I didn’t realize she had sold the Santa Fe place. It’s sounds silly, but I imagined that some day I would just run into her at Pasquale or at Whole Foods, and we would be instant friends. Maybe go do Ojo or 10,000 Waves. So I grieve over a woman I felt like I knew a little, but never had the honor of meeting. Instead, I was lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time, to read some of the best storytelling I have ever read, and I will never forget her.
Love to you and your family. XO

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Brayson87 said...

Jessa, so sorry for your family's loss. Your mother was a real lady, and so sharp and funny. Boo had the best stories and we shared some laughs. She was always kind to me, I wish I could have talked more with her. When Boo said she was leaving for a trip I wished her safe travels just assuming she be back with her razor wit in a week or a month. I hope you know that she was truly beloved on CDAN, having a few haters is just par for the course online. Boo will definitely be missed.

I apologize for the lateness of this post, I only just found out from Donna. I don't check CDAN on the weekends, that is family time for me. I just started commenting on CDAN this year. I wish I'd found this site earlier so I could have read more of Boo's great stories and comments, I'll try to go back and read her earlier posts.

Andrea said...

Long time Lurker. I always enjoyed Boo’s posts. They were so interesting. I hated when people were mean to Boo. It’s why I don’t post. I will miss Boo so much.

sandybrook said...

Jessa, I heard that you posted about Boo late last night, but you deleted it. I didn't know when or where you posted it, I could have looked I guess. Anyhow, I'm so sorry she passed, and until I read thru this just for a few minutes, I'd been thinking Boo was Oprah's mother, who also died over Thanksgiving. So if by chance you see this, which you say you won't may she RIP.

plot said...

@Aquagirl

Such a beautiful tribute, nothing can top that.

Whenever I would come back to CDAN, I would look for Boo who would disappear and reappear again, fresh from doing something amazing, always with the same levity and grace.

What a lovely woman she was. I'll miss her.

Sal T said...

I’m so sorry Jessa, I know you probably won’t see this now but Miss Boo really touched my heart. I’m in shock that such a vibrant, beautiful soul has left us. Thank you for letting us know. I’m so gutted, but know that she lived her life with a passion and made the most of every moment. Boo was someone who helped make this site great, she will be sorely missed and cdan will forever be a little poorer for her absence. xx

Junebug said...

I'm among those who missed the Saturday posting of Boo's passing, Jessa. Thanks for sharing some of your happy memories and final moments with her. She will be missed!

Love to you and your family.

LizRoseRowe said...

oh well heres a head scratcher

The Bastard of Bourbons said...

Miss Boo, I shall miss you. I loved all your stories and you seem to have been an amazing woman while you was in this world. We shall ever be poorer without you.

jujumn said...

Jesse Hearne Barnier.. on the off-chance you do check back in- my heartfelt condolences for your loss. Boo was one of a kind- as evidenced by the outpouring of comments from people who almost exclusively lurk. Your mom's witty, unapologetic style and fabulous stories were the reason for me to scan the comment section. I'm truly appreciative that she shared with us a small portion of the legions of anecdotes she must have had.
I like to think she's up there having a spirited conversation with JFK, RFK and MLK, with a little telling them what's what sprinkled in.
Godspeed Boo- you will be missed.

Bikey said...

My deepest condolences, Jessa. I can´t even begin to imagine how much you and your family will mis her. All I know is she will be sorely missed around here...

RIP, miss Boo. CDAN just lost one of its greatest indeed:(

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