The time I realized how good of a person she was went like this: A year or so after I joined here, I was in a HS graduation thread, and I was relating mine. My graduation ceremony had this big spiel about all of the different colleges that the students had been accepted to: "two students got accepted to blizblaz college, one student got accepted to himham college", and so forth. This went on until the entire college-acceptance list for the graduating class had been exhausted; it must have taken 25 minutes or so. As obviously proud as they were about all these colleges, not one word was mentioned about myself and the three other guys who had chosen to join the military right out of HS. This was three years before 9/11, and back then people generally didn't GAS about service members until the towers fell. Sharon quoted me, and said, and I quote: "You know what? I think that's just terrible. Thank you very much for your service." It came as no surprise that she would go on to become a moderator, because I figured Eric wanted only the best people for the job. I normally am very verbose and adept with words, but for some reason it can be very hard to express how much I miss someone. Off to drink a glass of (red) wine in memoria of one of the great ones I've had the pleasure of knowing.