“Breakfast became more than just a time for food. We eventually learned how to pray together every day, even if only by phone. I don’t remember when current political, economic and social matters became our favorite topics, but I do remember how they stimulated us, especially you. How you love history, and cross-referencing and comparisons. How, when the children were very young, you told stories and jokes, and spread your spirit over me, too, like a warm blanket on a cold night.” Ruby, Ossie and their daughter Nora at Drop In Diner 1982.