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KringleQuest: The Blog
Tuesday, 12 October 2004
Farewell, Christopher Reeve
Mood:  sad
Now Playing: Somewhere in Time
"Do you know how vile it is hearing the first bird of the morning singing when you've been sitting up all night crying?" Thus, Lois to Clark in Superman II.

Here at North Pole HQ, we get the idea. Founding Elf Richard Washington was caught betwixt wakefulness and sleep the night when he got the news that Christopher Reeve had passed away. Indeed, it was two in the morning on that fateful Sunday; and Richard was especially irked by his inability to access the story via computer immediately. Nevertheless, he felt that the job could not go without being undone, or at least tended to. Some folks just don't know how to finish things on the spur of the moment.

Still, for all its sorrows, this incredible web called Life can at best surprise and enlighten all humans. That it does not always do so on a regular basis is perhaps the greatest mistake ever made since the Planet was conceived!

Then again, as always, such is the mystery of Christmas and Santa Claus. It is that mystery that is at the very core of KringleQuest. It is the reason for the website's existence. It is the reason Richard persists in an annoyingly relentless pursuit of the magic of Santa --- relentless, perhaps; innocent, loving and kind: always!

Posted by kringlequest at 2:19 PM EDT
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