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It's funny how something or someone triggers a memory. I was driving home the other day and I saw a house which had their front storm door was wide open. Apparently, they must have been carrying things either in or out of the house. Well, this triggered my story about Scott. When Scott was in high school and it might have been his senior year. Anyway, he was getting ready for school and a friend of his was picking him up and giving him a ride. Apparently, he had several things to bring to school that day and he decided to fastened the storm door to stay wide open. In his rush, he forgot to close the storm door. In fact, he even forgot to close the inside front door to the house also. Both doors were left wide open. He also was the last to leave that morning, so there was no one else home. When I returned home from work around 3 PM I discovered both doors wide open. Of course, when Scott was asked what happened. He gave that wonderful answer, oooops. The good news was, I didn't find any cats, dogs, squirrels, or burglars in the house. Just another story in the life of Scott.

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Happy Birthday dear Scott! I know you're getting a lot of good laughs watching over those beautiful nieces and nephews of yours! Yes, we do see you in those antics! The love which is reflected in that, and between all in our family, is beyond words. Xxxxoxxo

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Happy Birthday Scott. It's hard to believe that Scott is 42 years old today. Where has the time gone? It seems like yesterday, when Scott was a baby crying in the middle of the night. Time has passed but the memories of Scott will continue to live on forever. I was blessed to have had those 28 years with Scott. I can only dream what things would be like now, if he hadn't been taken from us. Happy Birthday Son.

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As I know Scott's birthday is approaching this weekend and tonight we attended the North High School scholarship ceremony and 3 very lucky students were able to receive this honorable and noble award.... Thoughts have been in my mind all week but especially tonight. As I sit watching Les Miserables which I know is one of Scotts favorite Broadway shows.... Im reminded of one of my favorite lines from the movie that make me think so much of him... "And remember the truth that once was spoken, To Love Another Person Is To See The Face Of God" I believe with all my heart and soul, that for those of us that get to hear wonderful stories of Scott and those of us who knew him and loved him so much that we were blessed and lucky enough to have that chance to see the face of God just from being able to love Scott so much! He's a missing puzzle piece from my heart, but Im honestly blessed that I got the wonderful chance that I did to see the face of God through Scott! I know how proud Scott would be of his niece and nephews and how proud he would be of his sisters and brother as well as his brothers in law and sister in law for the amazing way they are raising their beautiful children! God Bless you all!

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Yesterday, man's best friend, and mine also, left to become Scott's companion. Snoopy, who was Scott's name sake, was my best friend for 14 years. Snoopy listened to everything, that I told him about Scott. Snoopy was my loyal and trusted dog. When I was home, I used to joke about he would constantly follow me, where ever I went. Those months and years after losing Scott, Snoopy was there for me. Thinking back to the early days when he was just a pup and would curl up on my chest and go to sleep. I remember those days when sadness would take over, and it was Snoopy who would help me through it. Snoopy knows Scott as well as I do, and I am sure they will make quite a team together.

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Sammi is only 3 and has been lucky enough to not have to truly understand what it means to lose someone yet. Lately, she has been asking where Uncle Scott is and we explained he is our angel in the clouds like the care bears. More recently her questions are getting a lot more complex such as; how does he live on the clouds? How do we visit him? What does his house look like? Why doesn't he talk to us? Etc. But today she finally asked a question I could answer, "Can I hear Uncle Scott's voice?" And of course with all the amazing music he has made I was excited to finally be able to answer this question. Sam and I sat down next to each other tonight and listened to 18 songs that Scott wrote and sang. Sammi loved every second of it. She loved when he would just talk on the CD and got angry that he didn't say excuse me after burping. When one of the songs came on Sammi screamed, "Scott wrote this one for me mommy, it sounds like tinker bell he knows I love tinker bell. the other ones were adult songs. this one is all mine". Awwww she listened to every word of the song and loved it. I was always nervous how I would explain this absolutely tragic event to my children, but at this point I realized I am just going to enjoy sharing Scott's amazing life with them.

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After Scott passed it was difficult to find that special thing that would put a smile back on our face. but as we walked around the pet store and saw the cutest dog in the world we knew that was what we were all searching for. As Snoopy entered our lives he brought so many wonderful memories. We quickly watched our father's heart melt anytime Snoopy wanted something. Soon Snoopy became the king of his house. We would often see Snoopy react as if someone was present only to see nobody. I always believed Scott and Snoopy had a connection today is a bitter-sweet day. Today is the day when Snoopy decided it was time to join Scott as one of our angels. i truly believe Scott is waiting with open arms to be with Snoopy and that the two of them will always remain a part of our lives.

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One day, Scott and I decide we are going to try our hand at gambling. We got to Harrah's in Atlantic City. We spend a couple of hours of gambling without to much success. Around 1 PM we decide to break for lunch and do the Harrah's seafood buffet. We're on line to get food when we stop at the shrimp bowl. Scott and I are joking about how many shrimp could be in the bowl. As you all know, if you are with Scott, you do crazy things. So, I reach in and grab the bowl that was half filled, and bring it back to our table. Moments later Scott arrives carrying a soup bowl filled with cocktail sauce. Together we eat 180 shrimp. After that we go back for some clam chowder soup and crab legs. Around 3:30 PM, Scott has an emergency run to the bathroom. We continue to eat, and after four hours, we finally roll ourselves out of the buffet. We didn't win much money that day, but we sure ate our monies worth. On the ride home, we had to stop 3 times for those bathroom breaks. I think those shrimps were trying to tell us something.

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I remember one night Scott decided to run a computer class for those of us who weren't that computer friendly. So, the next morning, Scott begins his class with his good friend, Dave and myself in attendance. Unfortunately, Dave had been out partying the night before and I had been up most of the night with an upset stomach. Well, ten minutes into Scott's computer class, Dave had dozed off and I was pretty close in doing the same. Scott did not find this very funny and immediately stopped his class. Scott was pretty grumpy the rest of the morning and by the afternoon, he was back talking to Dave and I. I guess the good news for Scott that day, was having me take him out for breakfast.

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I shall always remember Scott for his funny quips, his beautiful voice and his smile and laughter. I remember many holidays where he and Rick would love opening their gifts together. Who could open them faster. Naturally if there were clothes, they weren't interested, although they wouldn't admit to it. Scott was a kind and loving nephew. I remember how he would always sit with my Mom and talk with her. She loved him and enjoyed his company. I always remember how much he looked like Rick when they were young. He grew into a handsome and gentle man. He shall be missed greatly. We shall always keep him in our prayers. Love Aunt Barbara

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