“Let everything happen to you
Beauty and terror
Just keep going
No feeling is final.”
~~Rainer Maria Rilke

Hi all,

January 31st marked John Dye's 58th birthday.  Because that was an off week for the newsletter, I thought we could celebrate today. 

This is always a somewhat difficult newsletter to put together because it's certainly not as fun as it used to be... but I also don't feel like I have the emotional energy to basically eulogize in print any more.  So... I decided to stick with something that's been working for me these past few weeks: puzzles.  I've been spending a lot of time cleaning after the mouse invasion and doing assorted types of puzzles has been a nice way to relax. 

I hope this newsletter finds you all doing well and that, if you've not already had the chance, you can find a few moments to reflect on Mr. Dye's legacy in your own life.

God bless,

John Dye Character Puzzles

Bill Morgan from Once/Twice Upon a Christmas:

Doc Hock from Tour of Duty:

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Virgil from Best of the Best:

Skip from Making the Grade:
Andy from Murder, She Wrote:
Todd from Campus Man:
And if you're looking for previous jigsaw puzzles, including several featuring Andrew, you can find them all here: https://www.jigsawplanet.com/seraph724/jabb

John Dye Word Search

Here's a word search comprised mostly of John Dye's characters' names but also some other keywords from his life and filmography.  And it has pretty colors!


This newsletter is dedicated to John Dye in hopes he knows that he continues to be admired and loved on Earth. 

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(Photo Credits: The photographs used on this page are from Campus Man- RKO Pictures, Once Upon a Christmas- Ardent Productions, Legacy Filmworks, Lincoln Field Productions, Sterling/Winters Company Studios, and Viacom Productions Inc., Best of the Best- Best of the Best Films, Kuys Entertainment, SVS Films, and The Movie Group Inc., Making the Grade- Cannon Film Distributors and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Tour of Duty- New World Television, Murder, She Wrote- Corymore Productions and Universal TV, and Touched by an Angel- CBS Productions, Caroline Productions, and Moon Water Productions.  They are not being used to seek profit.)