Another April 20th, and now, your 38th birthday.
I miss you every single day, not just the milestones.
Another Christmas Eve without you.
Robert, I just told a friend about you, how you were the greatest talent I met in my life. I will never understand your loss, but I will always be grateful for having known you.
I bought a regular Rubik"s cube on your birthday, just a 3x3. I still have that 5x5 cube from your desk. Did you know they have 6x6 and 7x7 cubes? I bet you would have been working on those, too.
I also went to Red Lobster and had a beer, a "tall one," which, considering your height, was somehow appropriate.
I sent Jake a link to the voice and laugh clip I made a couple years back. I also listened to Robert's laugh again, which made it easier to get through the day. Hope Dr. P's son's wedding went well, too!
Can almost hear your speaking voice today for some reason.
Another Christmas Eve. Another Christmas. Wish you were here (as always).
I spent your birthday cleaning my apartment, but that didn't keep me from thinking about you all day. Miss you, as always.
I spent a very quiet April 20 this year, but yesterday and today, I looked at the pictures from our 2005 trip to Monterey and Carmel.
Thinking of you, and of your family and other friends today.
Love and miss you.