Three years

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I put this on Facebook on Thursday – the third anniversary of Sean’s death.

Thank you so much to everyone who sent messages and good wishes for Sean’s anniversary today. Thanks also to people who called to the house and spent time with us. We had a few drinks and Sean’s friends talked about him a lot, and laughed and told stories – Pauline and I love this kind of thing. They told us that if Sean walked into a crowded room and the only available chair was broken, or just a box, Sean could make it seem so comfortable that soon someone would want to swap with him. That he was a peacemaker; that he always gave good advice; that he made sure his female friends were treated properly by their boyfriends; that once Sean arrived everyone knew it was going to be a good day or night; that he had strong opinions on music, politics, sport and everything else, but never held a grudge or cared if people disagreed; that he brought people together, and they have drifted apart since he’s been gone. A lot of people looked up to Sean, a lot of people listened to him, and a lot of people loved him. It’s good for us to be reminded of this.

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9 responses to “Three years

  1. Ike Jakson

    Great Brendan, just great. Just that; more words won’t add to the emotions your words awakened inside. Great.

    On 10/19/13, The road to God knows where … Brendan O’Brien

  2. Bob

    I’m glad to read that you have so many good memories.

    Hope you are keeping well.

    Bob.

  3. helpmaboab

    Keeping well.

  4. Hello Brendan,

    I echo HMB and Ike.

    Hope you are keeping well.

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