Thinking about Patrick on his 89th birthday.
Today is Patrick’s 87th birthday. Last night, I watched again the Memorial Service in Deia, listened again to him describing how the point of his life was to meet Stephanie, and watched again a short video shot near the place he died, to reflect again on the beauty of the setting where he chose to […]
Today Patrick would have turned 85. I can’t call to wish him well. Anything mailed would be returned to sender. I could write an e-mail message, but those redirect to me. In conjunction with other recent events, today is a day of introspection, reflection, of a bit of sadness for the loss, a bit of […]
Today Patrick would have turned 84 so I wish his memory a happy birthday. In a moment, when I leave this keyboard, I’ll pour a glass of red wine into one of his old glasses, then raise a toast to his good health, the health he had for most of his life. JPI’m the son […]
Patrick would have turned 84 today. If he were here, what would you tell him? Would you have a question instead? How might he answer? Are you willing to share? If so, feel free to use the comments section below. (They don’t immediately appear so please be patient.) JPI’m the son of Patrick of Meadows.
Letter from Patrick of 21 March 1986, about five weeks before I went to Europe for the first time. I believe he refers to my story The Eyes Have It, which was never published. PatrickPatrick Meadows 1934 – 2017. patrick-meadows.com
Here was a 1984 note from Pat and Stephanie to a friend (Bob? Fred?) in honor of their 60th birthday. I especially like the detail work in the flame. For the Record.an eagle,The heart;eyesof a hawk.what if we could reelcelluloid from the skull?.seeking magicin the role of sceptics(like us).the only alternative:believe everything.(seeing is notnecessarily believing;seeing […]