Cambridge, NY Life
Cambridge, NY Life
Cambridge, NY...sophisticated village life
Greetings Cambridgebuzz readers. I know that it's been a few weeks since my last posting. Life in Cambridge, NY has been a roller coaster of late (at least for me). You all met my virtual self when I appeared in a Treasures of Cambridge posting. At that time, I was taking care of my Mom. I wanted to let you all know that Mom passed quietly and peacefully on Nov. 3rd.
Bea and Debra Pearlman in July 2006 (Photos: R. Dolmatch - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED)
I want to thank you all for the kind thoughts and support you gave me.
When you live in a small, rural community you have an extended family. I've lived all over the world and nothing comes close to the support I've received from my fellow Cambridge residents. So Mary and Dale, thanks for the chicken dinner that came at a time when I really did not feel like cooking; John and KT, thanks for the wonderful eggplant parmesan that fed all my visiting relatives; Bill, thanks for the phone calls from the road that let me know you were thinking of me; Sean, Gabi, and James thanks for the cakes; Debbie, Diane, Carole, Rhonda, and Nancy I can't say enough about your love and attention to me and mom - better caregivers do not exist. To Mike, Linda, Roger, Hilary, Tom, Roy, Suzanne, Brooke, John O., Gordon...good friends make all things easier - thank you all.
Life in Cambridge, NY is returning to normal for me. "A Question of Justice" is moving forward, paperwork is getting done. The days are shorter as fall makes one last stand before winter's wonders arrive. My garden is put to bed and the house is prepared for the coming months. A calm surrounds us as we all look forward to our Thanksgiving days with family, friends, and good neighbors.
Thanks you Cambridge for just being you....