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September 26, 2018

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June 16, 2018
Ennia, sweet Ennia. I miss her. Although our relationship was one of tenant and landlady, it became more than that over the 11 plus years I've lived in the apartment above hers. She was around the same age as my mother who lived back east, so in some ways she was a motherly presence for me here in Seattle. After my mother passed away some years ago, she reached out to let me know she was there for me. She was so kind to me, as well as to my friends and family who'd come visit. Always ready with a smile, and a welcoming, Come in!', when I'd knock on her door to say hello or see how she was doing. On any given day we'd talk about her childhood in Italy, politics, relationships, her family, her garden, my work, our health woes, food, nutrition, etc. And no matter how long I stayed talking, she'd always say, Sit down!' when I'd get up to go as if I'd only just arrived. That always felt endearing to me and made me smile. We'd then say Buona notte! to one another, and I'd head upstairs. She recently told me how to say Shut off the light' in Italian. I never quite got the hang of it, but I just looked up what I'd love to tell her now if I could: "La tua luce brillerà sempre luminosa nel mio cuore. I'm sure I'd mispronounce it horribly... but I'm also sure she'd smile at me as if I hadn't.

PS: Thank you, my dear friend, Larry. For your comment. xox
June 15, 2018
I'm thankful for having met this beautiful lady. I'm a friend of Simone Shannon; visited from NYC a few times over the years and was always happy to meet Ennia outside of the house. We even knocked on her door a couple of times for a chat. Ennia was more than a landlord to ny dear Simone. We will both miss her.