Live Long and Prosper

Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner having a breakLeonard Nimoy has always been cool. Sad to see him go – but glad he spent time on the planet.

I had a secret crush on Spock when I was a little girl. I always felt like an “alien” myself – and I tend to be analytical – so I could relate to his character.

For a girl born into a mormon household in the 70s – Star Trek helped make Science interesting and normal – nothing “illogical” about it.

Nimoy made the world a better place.

I think “Spocking” would have made Leonard Nimoy smile. I suspect he had a cheeky spirit.

R.I.P. and Thank You, Leonard Nimoy.

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One thought on “Live Long and Prosper

  1. Holly, I must confess, I rarely publicly comment on the Transitions (deaths, in non-Metaphysical terms) of various celebrities.

    However, as someone who loves anything connected to Star Trek,” and the fact that you wrote this post, how could I not?

    Indeed, I think you are correct that Spock has a cheeky spirit.

    Personally, given my experience of Spock, the character, he might not have been too impressed with the “Spocking the Fives,” campaign, but I think the late and great Leonard Nimoy would have certainly enjoyed the phenomenon.

    And I think that Spock would have certainly enjoyed engaging in the Pon Farr with you!

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