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September 28, 2010

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This is amazing, really. I remember reading your hurting words while he was in the hospital so long like it was yesterday. Congrats on your beautiful boy and family!

He is sooooo damn cute and she makes a great historic damsel! Beautiful children, Danny and Kendall! I'm very happy for both of you!

Happy one year anniversary of your home coming Charlie! He's looking lovely and I do like your description of Charlie and Leah being two complaining adults one day!

Wow! A year does make a difference!

Love those pictures!

So happy to see/read/live this first year with you. What a beautiful family. I wonder if Charlie will write a blog too. It's weird to read your child's writings about your crazy family. My daughter amuses me when she writes about her "Crunchy Mama" on the internet for all to see/read. (A real challenge for me is not to comment.)

It's almost October 1st in France and I just found out that Tony Curtis died at 85 in his Las Vegas area home of cardiac arrest––won't we all? Die of cardiac arrest that is. But, of course, that is beside the point. I just read the NYTIMES obit-esque article and it was soooooo awful and "just the facts, M'am" with no love and no pizazz! All I could think was where's Danny's take on this! I'll be looking for it. I know there is no way that you will let Tony (Bernard Schwartz) Curtis down!

Amitiés, as always, from la France profonde!

PS, have you read "Dead Beat: Lost Souls, Lucky Stiffs, and the Perverse Pleasures of Obituaries" by Marily Johnson? I have and it made me think of you and one of your callings...

Happy one year homecoming anniversary. He looks so happy and healthy... And Leah looks gorgeous in her costume.

What gorgeous children. And I don't know how Leah managed to look so cool and collected and in character through that heatwave!

Dear Danny,
You are truly blessed.
Thanks for another great blog entry.
--Gordon

beautiful beautiful, beautiful boy! oxox,m

Beautiful photos. I remember so well Charlie's challenging beginnings in this world and keep him in my thoughts each day. So glad he's doing well and congrats on his first year at home. I just returned from Las Vegas where the heat was intense, too, and will be working our historic neighborhood house tour this weekend, but in a chilly rain at Pittsburgh's historic Allegheny Cemetery (death place of actress Lillian Russell, jazz great Stanley Turrentine, etc.). Quite a shock from the heat I experienced out west.

Best to the family!

And I forgot to mention 19th century American composer Stephen Foster is also buried in our historic cemetery. How could I forget him since he's the real reason we have these events and his father founded our neighborhood. Must still have jet lag. We have actors in costume at our event, too, but I'm not one of them. Leah looks like she did a good job in spite of the heat!

Charlie looks soooo cute and soooo healthy! Congratulations on a wonderful anniversary date and continued radiant health to both of your children.

Danny, you don't know me - I am Pam Postrel's sister and I saw you at Eve's Bat Mitzvah last year. Since then I've been following Charlie's amazing story on your blog. I just love that little boy! He is the cutest, sweetest child, and his relationship with his sister is precious and beautiful. I am so happy that you and your family are celebrating this special anniversary with him.

Danny,

I am thrilled to be reading this entry One Year Home. I followed your little man very closely and prayed for him many times. Not a night went by that I did not check on him like he was my own during that very sad time. Now I am so happy to see a healthy bright boy that has already had so many wonderful times this year with family and friend. He is really something!!!

Leah is so beautiful and talented and such a great big sister and I know she was so much support to you during that time. I loved the blog about her dancing and the photo's you took or the songs you'd sing in the car together. You needed that. I still love reading your blog and always love pics of the kids and other family members.

Robin

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