To Sue, even though I'd lost touch with you a few years ago, I always liked you and perhaps was slightly in awe of you. I remember going round to your house and you always had loads of people round, I was amazed by all your friends and the way you were so generous and hospitable.
I remember you at Wrotham and all the great times we had there, our own mini-festival. I remember you getting married at Big Green Gathering and how the whole festival seemed to be involved.
Thank you so much for coming to my 50th and for your lovely present and I'm so sorry I didn't come to your party.
Good bye Sue, you blazed like a shooting star through the world but like that star you were all too short lived.
If this post doesn't mean anything to anyone who reads this, I just felt like I wanted to say something about Sue and as I think of this as my diary I couldn't think of anywhere else to put it.
Hopefully back to crochet and knitting next time.