While watching Uncle Emile reading his play he’d written as actor Danny J. Evans works at his Hollywood tan, baking in the sun; Teddy of Go.Daddy.Com calls. In this household of blokes, it’s nice to hear a woman’s melodic voice, for a change.
Her phone call is about Aunt Elvira‘s Funeral Poem and its website domain name, we gave the poem when we posted the poem yesterday to celebrate her “2nd graduation day” and share the meaning of her life of love, for others.
Teddy asks me our plans for the domain name as its very interesting to her. (Plans? What plans? I think silently to myself). She suggests that the website, should become a blog where others can share their funeral poems too, or, the domain name should host a collection of freshly written poems each day, about celebrating life in death–for others to benefit from–when grief and loss, has their souls gripped and sore. Funeral poems on Elvira’s poem’s website could comfort them, says Teddy.
As I’ve never had a phone call like this before, from any website hosting service, the calmness that is Teddy’s voice intrigues. She should be a Hollywood producer. Needless to say, anything to do with Aunt Elvis, is always going to fascinate people, across the U.S. Elvira had that kind of allure, sweetness and charm–as Teddy’s phone call showed me today. I shouldn’t be pleasantly surprised by Teddy’s phone call, really–but I still am.
Thanks Teddy. Teddy @ GoDaddy should be a Hollywood TV producer, commissioning new ideas for TV. She’s good. Teddy only watches pre-recorded TV programs, doesn’t Twitter, Facebook or MySpace, never goes to see a movie, and loves reading books instead for her recreation and downtime. Teddy also doesn’t have a blog, which is why I’m cutting her into my blog today. That and the fact, that Teddy tells me she loves the Kiwi New Zealand accent in America. Thanks Teddy. If ever you buy a domain name, call (USA) 1.480.505.8859, press option 1, and ask for Teddy. She’s okay. :)
What follows are two Emily Dickinson‘s funeral poems, that Teddy loves the most for her friends and family members at funerals. Hearing Teddy’s voice come down Aunt Elvira’s phone line, is a surreal trip today. National interest. I like Teddy’s love of poetry and her inquisitive questions, a lot.
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