Nora Ephron passed away this week and it truly brought me to tears because I loved her movies, her amazing attitude about life, and never tired of hearing her speak so pragmatically about change.
In recent years, Ephron had grown increasingly aware of her mortality.
In her latest book, "I Remember Nothing: And other Reflections" (2010) she writes: "You do get to a certain point in life where you have to realistically,
I think, understand that the days are getting shorter, and you can't put things
off thinking you'll get to them someday. If you really want to do them, you better do them. There are simply too many people getting sick, and sooner or later you will. So I'm very much a believer in knowing what it is that you love doing so you can do a great deal of it."
Congrats to this week’s winners please send an email with your home address to firstname.lastname@example.org so I can get these out to you.
Donna Grant (Midnight’s Master) and Christine Warren (The Prowl) Little Miss Molly
David Baldacci (The Innocent) Jeanne M
Francis Ray (When Morning Comes) GAPeach in MD