(1955) a play by the Irish writer Samuel Beckett about two men, Vladimir and Estragon, waiting for a third man, Godot, who never comes. The play is a typical example of the Theatre of the Absurd, and people use the phrase ‘waiting for Godot’ to describe a situation where they are waiting for something to happen, but it probably never will.
Thank you Mr. Toles for being a daily bright spot for many years. Enjoy your play time. It is well earned. You will be missed.
This completely tickled me
My heart goes out to both of you. I know Edee appreciates the love you gave her in your home and knew the love it took to you to not allow her to suffer anymore.