Friday, October 19, 2012

I Remember The Thirty-Five Sweet Goodbyes


I have no idea who Michael Sirois is; every-other person here is named Sirois. But he made a charming little song and slideshow about Rumford, Maine, where I live. Found it while looking for any sign of life on the Intertunnel that I didn't bring with me.


Time makes fools of us all. Our only comfort is that greater shall come after us. -- E.T. Bell

7 comments:

Russell said...

Did you find any? Life, that is?

Leatherneck said...

Sipp,
Nice pictures and memories for us old New England farts. The song? Not so much...

Leatherneck

SippicanCottage said...

Hi Leatherneck- I've given the wrong impression. I didn't make the video, and I have no idea who the people in it are. I thought the whole thing was quite charming.

Hi Russell - Yes, but I think it was nailed to the perch.

Sam L. said...

You are a wealthy, wealthy man, Mr. Sippi, in the things the gummint can't tax away from you.

Robin said...

I'm pretty sure the lady paddling the canoe in the painting was my Mom, Norah Roberts. She used to own J&N Variety at Roxbury Pond. I really enjoyed the Roxbury Pond picture. I've stood there many times. Thank you.

SippicanCottage said...

Hi Robin- Thanks for reading and commenting.

Russell said...

Sipp - Beautiful plumage, though.