Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Natasha Richardson

Photo: New York Times

So sad. Such talent lost. A family devastated.

I can't help thinking about her two sons, aged 12 and 13.

10 comments:

mo.stoneskin said...

It is so tragic.

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...

You said it, and what a nice husband and family.

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

what a tragic end to a life - and talent.

The first time I ever saw her was in a production of Tennessee Williams' "Suddenly, Last Summer" in which she was mesmerizing...and I knew she was somebody to watch out for.

The last time I saw her was in the Broadway revival of "Cabaret" - and she was every bit as exciting to watch.

She's going to be missed by many many more than her immediate family - she made an impact on the performing arts.

Csquaredplus3 said...

It is so sad. I can't stop thinking about her, Liam Neeson, those beautiful boys... Tragic.

She said...

I cried when I heard. She's around my age. I prayed for Liam and Michael and Daniel on my way in to work today. Sooo very sad.

And this month is brain injury awareness month. I saw a sign at All Saints on Sunday and made a mental note of it and now this! So tragic.

Nihal said...

I heard! Her dramatic news took place widely here in our local resources. Her unexpected death left her family, friends and fans helpless. What can I say? As stated today on my page, life is beautiful, risky and also death certain. May she rest in peace.

Glennis, could you pls be kind enough to pop over my page? Who doesn't love surprises;)

I am a Tornado ~ proven fact! said...

I do feel so very sad for her boys. Very very sad.

JCK said...

So incredibly sad.

Woman in a Window said...

For some reason this is really hitting me. I wish time could go back...

Samantha said...

This was so very sad, I pray for her dear family.