Sometimes I get sad that there won't be anymore movies made my Nora Ephron. And there won't be anything else written by her. Nothing.
I think about this more often than not, and now that I have her book, The Most of Nora Ephron, I think about it practically every day. She was my favorite. She was the best.
I realized that I had seen a bunch of her movies. I realized that I loved them all! You've Got Mail is my ALL-TIME FAVORITE movie. Yes, You've Got Mail. I can quote it from beginning to end. And I am proud of it!
By the time I was in high school, I had immersed myself in Ephron's movies. By college I was reading her essays and buying her books for my mom (so I could read them when she was done). I felt the need to share her with others, talk about her, show them her movies...her talent...her lists! God, I loved her lists! I'm a list person.
There is so much left to say that I'm not saying in this post. So many people have memorialized her, which I enjoy and read every now and then, still, after almost two years, I'll still pull up a web article written by someone who knew her and loved her.
I miss Nora Ephron and it makes me sad.