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Old 02-27-2005, 03:00 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by jminion
My grandson has just lost his mother (my wife's youngest daughter) on Wednesday, she was only 34 to heart failure. The next morning my wife's sister went in for triple by-pass surgery.

The BBQ community out here has come forward to take care of all the food needs for the gathering after the funeral, didn't ask they just called to let Angel know that she wasn't to even think about it.

Having a heart is what makes us human and I'm really proud to have all the friends and family in my life, I'm blessed. I also feel that way about the folks in the internet groups in which I participate. Thank you all for your willingness to share your lives.

Let your family and friends know always how you feel about them, you never know when they may be taken from you.

I'm sorry to hear of your families loss. It is nice indeed to have family and friends (some of whom we've never met "internet friends"). It is a pleasure for me to be able to say I know Jim Minion and chat with him almost daily. Even though I've never met you, I know that you are great person. If you weren't you wouldn't share your abundance of knowledge and kind words to us about a job well done after our cooks. Or pointers to make the next cook better or more successful. God bless your family and especially your grandson. It goes to show life is never guaranteed and we should "ALL" treat each day like it is our last and make sure we tell our loved ones that we love them each and everyday.

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Old 02-27-2005, 03:02 PM   #12
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Oh my! I'm sorry about the timing of this post, Jim. Your family is in our prayers!
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Old 02-27-2005, 03:27 PM   #13
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Thank you for your very kind words. My grandson will be with my wife and myself, he is 16 and is a great young man. He proves that with love in your life you can achieve great things. He is a joy to watch become a good man. He goes to a public school with all it's problems yet he was named student of the month twice, a mentor to middle school students.
We are already recieving letters from schools letting us know he has scholarships waiting for him once he decides where he wants to go. His teacher have been coming to us telling us they want to write recommendations for college.

Please don't be sorry,I think your time was as it was supossed to be.
Thank you for your post.

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