I’m reading Roger Rosenblatt’s A Family Story – Making Toast and it is breaking my heart.
From the book jacket:
With the wit, heart, precision, and depth of understanding that has characterized his work, Roger Rosenblatt peels back the layers on this most personal of losses to create both a tribute to his daughter and a testament to familial love.
Moderator’s Note from Sally Quinn:
Every once in a while we see or hear something at a funeral or a wedding or a ceremony that so touches us, that is so seminally powerful that we gasp in recognition. “Yes”, we say. “This is right, this is what it is about.”
Such a eulogy was given last week for Amy Rosenblatt Solomon. Amy was the 38-year-old daughter of my good friends Roger and Ginny Rosenblatt. Amy was beautiful, smart, kind, funny, decent, loyal and hard working. She was a pediatrician. She was married to a doctor as well. But most importantly, she was the devoted mother of three amazing children, ages 6, 4 and 1. Amy dropped dead inexplicably, with her children beside her, running on the treadmill.
Click on the link above and read Erik Kolbell’s eulogy at Amy Rosenblatt Solomon’s funeral.
What better remembrance of Amy’s inextinguishable light than that we now illuminate each other’s lives, look after one another, be exceedingly patient and unreasonably kind to one another.