EXTRA EXTRA - READ ALL ABOUT IT! The New Herald Online Andrew Dys Article is up:
“Bruce Rosenberg never met these thousands of people – and it grows each day – whose lives were touched by him,” said Leigh Morphies of Welcome, N.C., who never met Rosenberg, either except online. “This man made a mark on the earth.”
March 21, certainly next year, will be celebrated again as Ice Cream for Breakfast Day, because of Bruce Rosenberg of Rock Hill.
He showed the world is far smaller through the Internet – and friends can be made through the simplest of courageous gestures.
Ella, the oldest of two Rosenberg daughters, ate mint chocolate chip, her dad’s favorite.
And yes, Julie Rosenberg, who lost her husband last week and has somehow hung in there like a sailor in a gale, steadfast at the helm in choppy seas, sure ate ice cream Wednesday as she watched her computer go bonkers with messages on Facebook from all over the world.
“Coffee – with vanilla ice cream,” said Julie Rosenberg. “Bruce is smiling at this day. His dream came true.”
Read more here: http://www.heraldonline.com/2012/03/21/3838799/the-world-responds-to-rock-hill.html#storylink=cpy
P.S. Bruce's story and reaction to cancer reminded me so much of Randy Pausch whose book I read back in 2008 on the airplane ride home from my 20 year high school reunion. Here's the scrapbooking book report I made about that book: