Re: [bostonburns] Meet & Greet 2-Nite @ the CBC
- Hey Doug,
Any word on the De-brief sesh? I have just been invited to go to a play
on Sunday Feb 10th. If that's the date people have been throwing
around, I'll cancel my play plans. Lemme know ASAP.
--- Douglas Ruuska <ruuskado@...> wrote:
> Going to have to have a pre-planning, de-brief meeting in the next____________________________________________________________________________________
> couple of weeks. Who is interested and when is a good time for
> people? I figure that we can have a potluck at the Home for Wayward
> Boyz for the first one, unless there are other suggestions/offers?
> Well now, according to the Burning Man official calendar, today is
> bubble-wrap appreciation day! Who knew? So go out and stomp the
> little buggers air-sacs so that they can be free. I personally like
> running it over with a forklift or twisting it in my hands for a nice
> rapid-fire effect.
> OK OK, down to business, bring your fine self, and any bubblewrap
> that happens to survive the day, down to the Cambridge Brewing Co.
> for a round or twenty of fine hoppy libations and a great meeting of
> the tribal mind.
> 7:30PM 'til LATE!
> Thinking about NEXT YEAR yet?
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- yes, it is a beautiful message.thank you Doug
--- On Tue, 4/28/09, Kristin Loheed <kristinloheed@...> wrote:
From: Kristin Loheed <kristinloheed@...>
Subject: Re: [burners] Meet & Greet 2-Nite @ the CBC
To: email@example.com, burners@...
Date: Tuesday, April 28, 2009, 12:13 PM
I just wanted to say that was a beautiful message. I did not know Gabe, but I am sending my good thoughts to those who did. ..
And Beaker, good luck in NYC!
--- On Tue, 4/28/09, Douglas Ruuska <ruuskado@...> wrote:
> From: Douglas Ruuska <ruuskado@...>
> Subject: [burners] Meet & Greet 2-Nite @ the CBC
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org, burners@...
> Date: Tuesday, April 28, 2009, 5:41 PM
> As you all know, one of our own has
> passed away. Gabe's funeral and memorial are today. Although
> we did not interact often, the times that we did were
> interesting and memorable. What better way is there to
> interact with someone outside of genuine love? I will raise
> a glass in his honor tonight at the M&G and ask you to
> join me.
> On a happier, but bittersweet, note, our own beloved Beaker
> is leaving the environs of Boston for to move southward to
> the gothamicity that is NYC. Another glass will be raised to
> send him on his journey as well.
> Transitions in life hold the potential to be the most
> difficult and/or most rewarding experiences that we can
> have. Death, moving, love, leaving home, Burning Man,
> tragedy, accident, success and defeat, rapturous joy and
> absolute awe, these are the things that leave the greatest
> impression upon us and the things that we carry forward and
> help shape and define who we are. Some of these things we
> definitely do not want, but there is nothing that we can do
> about them except experience, learn and take the gift away
> with us that is the time and connections that we did have.
> There are people that I will never see again, but the fact
> that I knew them shaped who I am and their spirit is with me
> every day guiding me along my somewhat haphazardly chosen
> Peace to You ALL.
> We will be at the Cambridge Brewing Co from 7:30PM 'til
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