Zenrider1 January at 6:20pmPosts: 3547 (0 today)Status: offline
Tina? Name rings a bell.
Hope she's having an interesting retirement.
Page1 January at 6:59pmPosts: 814 (0 today)Status: offline
She was so nice, and gave us interesting contests - once I got trapped in the forum and said, send food - and she sent me a big chocolate bar I sent her a small box little things - she was such a sweetheart
Pat Parker2 January at 1:03amPosts: 2683 (0 today)Status: offline
Danitaly -- You are wonderful to remember Tina here! Thank you for remembering her and reminding us of her.
So, Tina if you're around -- I agree with Danitaly and Page -- I remember you! You are one of the sweetest, kindest people in the RealWorld and I miss your fun contests and all of the many other "little" things you did to help each and every one of us lunies to stay connected with Peter.
Thanks especially for always treating us as individuals who really mattered to PG. It was through you that he came to know us just a little bit better.
I hope you are enjoying yourself, where ever you are in the world, what ever you are doing in your "retirement" and know that I think of you often. Like Page, I received a few nice surprises from you over the years and have them tucked safely away with my PG souvenirs in the "Box of PG".
Happy New Year, Tina! Happy New Year, Everyone!
Thanks again, Danitaly, for this smile today! I'm glad I decided to peek in here today and see such a lovely post.
Danitaly2 January at 11:35amPosts: 147 (0 today)Status: offline
My Tina's stuff is in the display cabinet in my sitting room. I keep it as a relic! I miss you and your competitions (good times, those...)
Pat Parker13 January at 5:00pmPosts: 2683 (0 today)Status: offline
Danitaly -- Perhaps one day, between all of the lunatics, there could be an exhibit of all of the memorabilia -- that would be nice and a nice way to see other lunies. Hhhmm, another light bulb in my head
All I know is this: Tina's presence, however mysterious it might have been, kept a connection between the fans and PG that does not exist now. There are still connections, I'm sure, but perhaps not so much for newer fans and that's a bit sad, really. This is one of those times where I'm so very glad to be so very old -- to have been a PG fan since his days of Genesis -- it has its own advantages, I must say. (Hhhmm, perhaps the senior lunies can get a discount of some sort ?? )
Anyway, some day if I truly get it all together, I'd like to be able to have a display also, but for now, my things are tucked away neatly (well, not so neatly, maybe) in my "Box of PG"