Category Archives: In Memory Of

Disney’s “Jett Jackson” – Lee Thompson Young – Alleged Suicide

Lee Thompson Young Born: Feb 1, 1984 Died: Aug 19, 2013 It has been a productive full day. Went back to San Ramon today to eat lunch with two of my friends who still work at the large complex. We … Continue reading

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27 Killed in Connecticut Shooting, Including 20 Children – Author G D Grace pauses…

This pause is to remember the lives lost today in a senseless and selfish act of misdirected rage. I cannot imagine the fury of emotions with the devastated hearts and minds left behind who are now left with the daunting … Continue reading

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9-11 (Eleven years ago) G. D. Remembers….

I remember exactly and precisely where I was when I looked at the television and saw one of the crumbling towers. It took a moment to click that I wasn’t watching make-believe-cinema. A thud hit the bottom of my spirit … Continue reading

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G. D. remembers the beautiful life of Yvette Wilson (March 6, 1964 — June 14, 2012)

Her legacy is the gift of laughter she gave to so many.  I remember her in “The Parkers“,  “Moesha“, The “House Party” movies, “Friday“, and on Russell Simmons “Def Comedy Jam” …

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Author G D Grace remembers the fallen, May 28th, 2012 (Memorial Day)

This is in tribute to your memory, for there are no words that could ever summarize your incredible bravery, and the ultimate sacrifice you made for freedom… G D Remembers….

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Author G. D. Grace remembers, Robin Gibb

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“David & Donna Summer” (reflections of a writer) GD

In high school, there was this remarkable guy, a fellow classmate, who was about a grade or two ahead of me. His name was David. To this day I am still unsure what his nationality is. He rocked this sandy-brown, … Continue reading

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