Although the people that attended the funeral were actors, they genuinely seemed very sad that J. R. (Larry Hagman) was gone. The tears seemed very real and I am sure the older actors really did share a tear for Larry. I did. He was the man who taught us to love and hate a character at the same time.
The orginal show ran from 1978-1991. I have been remembering what I was doing those years. I guess that is what happens when we "relive" an event.
The late 70's were remarkable, and so were the 80's. I was a young woman then, involved in dating, my career of teaching, fun with friends, etc. It is nice to remember those times. It is funny, but I only remember the good times. I guess that is a blessing when you are older and there are not so many good times in the present.
Anyway, I say good-bye to Larry Hagman and J. R. Ewing. Thanks for the memories and I am glad you got to reprise your role in your 80's. That in itself gives us hope that life can continue and be full, no matter how old we get.