I still miss you and remember with a smile when you talked about "Huge Grunt"
You were such fun and so brave.
I miss you very much.
I go past your place almost every day, and whenever I sing I think of you, especially in the car.
You will be pleased to know that I have passed my degree - thanks for the inspiration - I have dedicated my thesis to you and Mummy.
She loved music. When we first met it was a shared fondness for the music of Kate Bush that brought us together and I remember her singing 'The man with the child in his eyes' in her Camden Road flat and thinking that here was someone special!
Singing with the vocal jazz group Take Twenty was an important part of her life and we would often go through song lyrics together in the weeks befor...
In the years I was lucky enough to know Elissia as a partner and then as a friend, I got to know what a loving, talented, courageous person she was. We spoke or met daily for years (even when no longer a couple - she was a person you wanted to be in your life) and I am already missing the sound of her voice, her laughter, her advice.
The courage she showed in the final years when she had ...
Shocked and saddened at Elissias passing. We were friends in the early to mid nineties and personal distractions drifted us apart. We did however bump into each other in March 2007 and caught up with all our news including Elissias illness. We remained in contact via MSN messenger and Elissia would cheer up my day sending me jokes via e mail. She was a seriously kind, forthright and formidable ...
Visit the Marie Curie Great Daffodil apppeal - any donations in Elissia's name welcome: http://www.mariecurie.org.uk/daffodil
We met in 1978, then became a couple, living together from '78 until '81, after that best friends, but always there for each other for 30 years. Can't believe you're gone but will never forget you. You were and always will be totally unique and a huge part of my life. You were so brave towards the end, never showing your suffering and always keeping your sense of humour. One day we'll meet agai...