In Memorium


[photo by Terry Armour]

How can a 36-year-old die of colon cancer?

Chicago lost journalist Carlos Hernandez Gomez Jan. 17. Peter Sagal, host of "Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me," had this to say:

I am a nervous, self-doubting fellow, and sometimes reacted with less than equal enthusiasm to CHG’s kindnesses. It seemed odd to me that someone I didn’t know well would express such happiness and interest in my company. I thought that this was some kind of flaw in him. I realize, now, the flaw was mine, in my misplaced sense of propriety, my doubt. What can you say about someone who greets the world, and the people he knew — well or not — with such outlandish pleasure, except we should all need to strive to be more like him. Starting now, before we lose anyone else we need.

Read more and listen here.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

男女互悅,未必廝守終生,相愛就是美的。 ..................................................

Anonymous said...

You don't say.

Cancer Treatment said...

That sounds really so sad and pity.

Cancer Bitch said...

Yeah, there are guidelines: get a colonoscopy at 50, but there are always those who need to get one much sooner.