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Posted on Tue, Jul 11, 2006 13:24

Ron brought out the best in me and everyone he touched. His zest for life, his contagious laughter, his amazing smile and the way he genuinely cared about everyone he knew. It would only take a moment with Ron to realize how truly wonderful he was. I was blessed to love Ron during this time in his life. Those who have known him longer remember a different Ron. He did not have the easiest life, and made some pretty bad choices that eventually caught up with him... but he did his best to make things right. As I drove home from the hospital for the last time, my heart was heavy with regrets. I regretted that we hadn?t met many years ago, that I made him wait six months before I would let him tell me he loved me, that we never took that train ride to California, that I didn?t fill his last days with tons of joy and laughter, but most of all, I regret that I didn?t spend every spare minute holding him in my arms. Those regrets started to turn to anger, until I realized Ron would never appreciate anyone beating themselves up over shoulda, woulda, coulda?s. I pulled into the driveway and closed my eyes. As if I was watching a movie? I pictured Ron riding down the highway, wheels on fire, air in his hair and the cheesiest grin on his face. That?s the Ron we should all remember.

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