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Posted By Big Al,
Jan 7, 2011 at 7:47 PM
Off of Niagara Falls?
Yup, Niagra Falls....stopped by and did a walk about. That day was a cold that went right through you. About 40 degrees and a brisk wind. Plus, as you can see....a lot of humidity in the air. All in all looking back on it, a nice trip.
Great setting for a picture, Niagra Falls I assume?
Yea, Niagra Falls. We spent the weekend between there and the Bills training facility and stadium. Great weekend even though I don't root for the Bills.
In a barrel?
Foss - To my untrained eye, it looks like your wife was very content . . . I'm sure she felt you helped make her that way. Hopefully this sits okay with you to say, since I don't know you from Adam . . . possibly you can find some comfort in the fact that her pain was so momentary . . . possibly you can take comfort that you - the tough guy - can carry her pain so that she might rest.
Feeding the face always brings a smile to my face
I have noticed a lot of you guys over the pond have a lot more beards and goatte beards than men in the UK.
Ok, not sure how I missed this thread but since it has been bumped here goes. Me with the big one, me and my grandson, and me and my son.
Those were comforting words. So comforting that I sent them to my Wife at work. We lost our daughter Michelle on July 29. She was in the Air Force and just getting her life together. I also didn't want to hijack this thread but I am so saddened by the loss of your Marsha, Rick. We just passed through our first month. Life is very different.
Here is a picture of the three of us last Christmas.
Wife Jenn with Cheyenne on the left, Michelle with Kia, and me.
. Dang, mhrischuk, I cannot even imagine the pain of losing a child. So sorry. as I am for Rick as well. I wish I could offer something more, but I will pray for both of you.
Wow, I agree with Steve. That would indeed be a painful thing to lose a child. Our hearts go out to you mhrischuk.
I recall many years ago when we had a son in the Air Force and suddenly he got sick and the found cancer. We were told to expect the worst. Talk about a low blow! But we were lucky as was he. But just that we went through that period of uncertainty gave us a peek at what it would be like; pure Hell.
Rick, I am so sorry for your loss, I have lost several family members over the course of a year, can't imagine losing my wife, take care and God Bless.
WebWidow and I and the grand daughter today on the choo-choo at Look Park.
I used to have skinny arms, then I hauled wood stoves and boilers for 30 years...
Old pic is "only" 32 years ago, and of me discovering Soy Ice Cream...(yes, true....)
I dig the beard Craig.....where did it go dammit?????
"Beards" are the bomb...too bad Mr Gamma can not grow a good one.... :smirk:
BTW....I love this thread...read it when I was only an innocent bystander....and this was the thread I discovered that wonderful "black and white photo.... "
Someday, in the far far future, that pic will be dug up in the internet archives and be something like a Michelangelo masterpiece....
Hey, that reminds me. I have one somewhere where I even look 1/2 decent. B&W too! Let me find it.....
Well, not quite as good....really.....only so much ya can do......
Very nice Craig...it may put BB's to shame....
Maybe BB will have another to share??????????
OK I will bite....here is my contribution.....yeah it's corny but the waterfall is so pretty...
Mrhis, our deepest condolences.
I'm the one on the right!