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Diane Osborne: Rest In Peace

2 months ago, I wrote a blog post called “Why I love What I Do” – specifically talking about +Diane Osborn – The staunchest fan of what we do at NAPP. Here’s a lady that found out she had cancer, and sent someone to tell me that she wanted me to go visit her on a tour stop instead of worrying about herself.  She wanted talk with me, and make sure that she was on top of her Photoshop Game.  That she had the tips.  We should all live this way. (If you hadn’t read it, go read it here.. such a moving experience. http://bit.ly/UR5UEn )

Just got word that Diane has since lost her fight with cancer.  Can’t really articulate what I feel other than to say that the years that I got to see her were an absolute blessing. She was a constant reminder of what its like to live and breathe passionately-  and it absolutely f*&@ing sucks that shes gone.

6 comments

  1. So sorry for your loss RC.

  2. RC, I very sorry you lost your friend Diane. She came to you in life for a reason and you honor her beautifully in your celebration of her, sharing it with the world. Sounds like you both gave each other great gifts.

  3. RIP Diane Osborne

  4. I am so sorry to read this terrible news RC.

    I hope you find some comfort in knowing you brightened Diane’s life with your friendship.

    I also have a dear friend that is battling the late stages of cancer. Bernice asked me to take her portrait. I was honored and I hope I did her justice.

    http://500px.com/muggle1

    http://www.ivanbodenphotography.com/Portraits/Bernice/18098396_bCZ6Xk#!i=1388353012&k=Jd4VN86&lb=1&s=A

  5. May she Rest in Peace. I can imagine she will live on through your future works, and through the people she touched.

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