Thomas’ birthday celebration – December 6

December 6, 2005, would have been Thomas’ fortieth birthday. If you are interested in gathering to remember him and celebrate his life, please join us on Tuesday, December 6, 2005. We are planning to meet at Fabulous Ferns from about 7p – 10p. Please spread the word to anyone you know who may be interested in being there.
Please bring photos and think about special memories you want to share. AND if you have a suggestion for organizing or compiling people’s memories/stories, please let me know. Thank you.
Dorothy Jordan
home: 612-721-7211
cell: 612-280-2427
Fabulous Ferns
400 Selby Ave (at Arundel St)

4 thoughts on “Thomas’ birthday celebration – December 6”

  1. Dorothy and family,
    Thanks for putting this together, it will be a nice way to support eachother on this day. See you there. Ellen

  2. I believe that it is good wonderful to have fun at the celebrations for the deceased. I (personally) hope many friends will “dance in a red dress” to music at my memorials. I felt his spirit there with us, remembering, laughing and loving. His circles of friends and family are each one their own delights. It was a great connection, and the kind of memory I keep close in my heart. Sure, the singing Happy Birthday part was hard, but Beauty gave me wonderful cake next, that made it a little bit better!! I hope we have more opportunities to connect again, and thanks to Beauty for putting this together. Love Ellen

  3. Thanks to Peter Siem who also planned the party and who contributed vital details–such as ordering that luscious German chocolate cake from Cafe Latte! Thanks to everyone who braved the cold weather to join together for the celebration of life–and also to those who were with us in spirit! Thanks to Ellen who crafted the popular party favors–dragonfly pins. Thanks to Mary Devitt who lead us in the happy birthday song (and who also brought TWO more cakes!). Thanks to Alex and Shelley who tore down the ugly Miller Lite banner that was covering a beautiful painting above the ledge where the cakes and the framed photos of Thomas were placed. Everyone appeared to be having a good time remembering Thomas and exchanging tales of life.

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