Amy Swann Clopper Death, Obituary – Amy, a dear friend of mine and another person who was participating in the Fiesta, passed away unexpectedly last night. I have to tell you this with a heavy heart. Amy was someone I had known for a very long time, and the news of her passing came as a shock to everyone. I would want to take this opportunity to thank you in advance for keeping her and her family in your thoughts and prayers in the difficult time that they are going through. The benefits of establishing friends at the Fiesta extend far beyond simply being able to shop and haggle with one another at the festival.
You and the other person create a close connection with one another due to your shared fascination with the colors of dishes, which no one else seems to understand, and you encourage and help one another in your search for unicorns. And as time goes on, they develop into close friends who become constant companions and with whom you frequently talk about your thoughts and feelings. Conversations with you, my dear friend, are going to be something I eagerly anticipate, but we are going to have to hold off on having them until the next time we get together.