Thursday, August 27, 2009

AD: Remembering Senator Kennedy

Very sad news, the passing of Senator Edward Kennedy.

Architectural Digest's online publication has just published a tribute article in honor of Senator Edward Kennedy.

You can access it here.

10 comments:

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mary said...

Thanks so much for posting about this extraordinary man who overcame so many of his personal flaws and many tragedies to become what he was destined to become--a true patriot, legislator and voice of the common man. I am a saddened by his passing.

A Day That is Dessert said...

Sad news indeed. I hadn't seen this tribute - thanks for the link.

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

Touching! Godspeed Senator.

nicolette said...

We are all saddened by the news. We will remember you senator.

Nicolette
http://nicolettedesign.wordpress.com/

Anonymous said...

A Champion for all people.

Louise said...

Heartwarming to hear the many candid stories, moments of his life, off camera. He was so much more than his political persona; a great human being who grew from each challenge he faced.

avant garde said...

i know, so so sad. i just pulled out a photo that i almost forgot i had (i obtained it in 1982, when i was about 16) after visiting his office in washington (my dad worked in d.c.) and senator kennedy signed a photo of himslef, to me with my name and a short comment and then dated it. i'll have it framed now in my in my more grown up life with a new appreciation for sure.

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

He was a man of compassion and he will be sorely missed.

Kevin Graves said...

He acquitted himself beautifully in the end; sometimes in tragedy comes renewal. We are poorer for having lost him.

Isn't she smashing? She gave him happy years and I believe he adored her. She clearly did him. Beautiful home. Not ostentatious, just beautiful and comfortable.