Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Missing A Friend

We all know someone who left this life far too early and, usually, that loss is particularly hard to bear. Today, I got word that the past president of Crimson Moon passed away after suffering a heart attack. He was someone I didn't know that well, even after six years of attending parties and we only played a few times, but he was Crimson Moon for many, many years. He gave of himself and thought of everyone before himself. He was the "big brother" of every girl in the group.
When I attended my first party, he was the first person to introduce themselves to me. He invited me out to dinner with other group members and helped me feel less terrified. He did that with everyone. We had our moments over the years; our disagreements but you still couldn't deny his place in the spanking community and certainly not in Crimson Moon.
So, as we lay Vince to rest this week, I will remember only the good times and the fun he enabled me to have at countless parties.
I am too saddened and stunned to write more.
Rest in peace, Vince...may you find peace at last. I pray God will comfort your family and others of us who are grieving you tonight.
I'm sorry this is short...but I thought it was appropriate to keep it that way.
Have fun, play safe and spank someone in Vince's memory...hey, it's way he'd want it!
Cigi has left the building....


Anonymous said...

I am sorry for your loss, Cigi, and to all the others who he loved and met. Like you said we all have someone who has left this life too early and it is extremely hard to deal with when it is so close to the holiday season. Thanks for sharing and I wish I could give you a big hug! I am sure Vince will rest in peace since he should be looking down at all of his family and friends.

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Dr. Ken said...

Cigi--a very nice tribute for a very nice guy. I'm still upset about losing someone I considered to be a friend, and am not sure I could even write about it....

Dr. Ken

Rick (vince's brother) said...

Thank you for the very warm and sincere words Cigi.