Fire up the Colortini

July 30, 2007 by

We had a really great family friend.

He taught me to like lime (at the Hotel Bel Air no less) with Perrier. He made my Auntie Eva pretty happy. He would make my Mom and me laugh to no end. I can hear his voice in my head, especially his laugh. You have heard the laugh. It was unstoppable. Last night it stopped.

There is a lot more I could say, but right now- I can’t.

He was a great man, his contribution went way beyond making me happy. Had I known who he was when I was young, I doubt I could have thought he was any greater.

Hoping you are enjoying the pictures flying by, Tom.

I am off to Fire up the Colortini.

God Bless and all my love. You are missed.

5 Responses to Fire up the Colortini

  1. Cara

    I’m so sorry for your family’s loss. We used to watch his show – the one after Letterman. Georgie and I both enjoyed it immensely.

  2. Laura

    You’re right. His voice is so unforgettable. And his laugh. It was actually the first thing in my head when I read about his passing – his voice. I’m sorry for the grief your family must feel over his loss. Take comfort in knowing he is in a Happy Place.