In Closing...

After Susan died, I returned to Sacramento and, while cleaning up our place, I found a box of photos of Susan that I'd never seen. Here's Susan with her favorite doll.

Here's Susan, several years later, with her brother Ken.

Susan and me.

For those who've lost someone or who are facing death, there are several books I can recommend. If you are undergoing a heart transplant or other major disease, read these books; it may help you with what you are facing.

It's been a number of years now since Susan died. I moved to Palo Alto and back to work in computering. My life has been a series of lives: I've had lives in several different cultures and countries, all sorts of adventures, and part of events. From each of these, one learns a bit, one grows a bit, and one never knows what will happen next.