Friday, August 2, 2019

Every now and then a correspondence like this shows up and makes it all just a little more worthwhile.

Willian Lansten has left a new comment on your post "Breathing Room":

Hello Michael, my name is Willian, and I'm from Brazil. Recently I found out about your documentary at Amazon and I've been reading your blog about our hero Gregory for months, I think I've already finished all of the posts, and I feel so close to both of u! What a love story, what a great blessed life you've had.

I'm an actor, and I'm graduating from college in Performing Arts, for the last two years me and a group of friends have been studying the Alzheimer's disease and how it affects people, their daily life, their loved ones and their expectations We have a play that we call "A poetry about forgetting", and it's all about hope, positivity, relationships, dealing, and the progress and process of letting it go. And man, you've been such an inspiration to me, I read a lot of your writtings, and it helped me and my group in the process of text creation and choreography. We visited a number of nursing homes, hospitals, medical professionals, read a lot of books and watch a bunch of movies, but I personally, as a romantic gay man, felt a huge connection with Gregory. So much that in homage that's the name of my character.

By that, I just wanted to say thank you! You have no idea of how much you've changed my life, the way I see my life, my vision at performing arts, and my relationship goals. Everyone deserves a Michael Horvich and a love story like yours! There's no day but today.

I wish you the best, be happy! 

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