Jan 29, 2022Liked by Sean Horlor

Those Romans knew their shit!

I’m loving this project and your pursuit of personal truth and recognition. Super cool.

I’m hooked on the story — your seeking of answers, questioning of “proofs”, notions of remembering and reporting — and all the personal stuff in between that you have the balls to share. .

I think you really found your writing groove this week, despite your saying it was one of the the toughest thing you ever wrote. I loved your lead on “firsts”. I steeped on every one.

I’m experiencing your series of posts like a podcast on “paper” Hooks, hangers, facts and musings… I can’t wait for the next episode! Well done!

Expand full comment
Jan 28, 2022Liked by Sean Horlor

Love these Sean. Thanks you for sharing!

Expand full comment
Jan 27, 2022Liked by Sean Horlor

U r an amazing person Sean… good luck in finding the information you need … looking forward to more

Expand full comment
Jan 24, 2022Liked by Sean Horlor

Sean, I can't imagine the amount of work you had to put in both mentally and physically post accident. You're amazing !

I'm sure the lawyer who had your case will have the majority of the info you're looking for. Wishing you good luck in finding everything you're looking for 🤞🤞

I look forward to your posts on Sunday, it's my new wind down !


Expand full comment

I'll never forget that accident and hearing about how you had almost died. They said that you ended up in a puddle and a nurse was there in one of the cars to pull you out and prevent you from drowning. Your friends at work and I were all so grateful that you lived. I hope you find all of the answers that you seek. Sandi ❤️

Expand full comment
deletedJan 23, 2022Liked by Sean Horlor
Comment deleted
Expand full comment