Brock.Best post yet!greg
:) A killer.
Sometimes...., maybe even more often than not, we don't learn the fact of his message until we lose the very person who should have meant the most to us.
Exactly. Mother used to kid us saying "you'll be sorry when I'm gone" and indeed we are.
I couldn't watch it all due to how much damned DUST is in this office...I couldn't believe it...I'll have to watch it another time after I clean I guess...*sniffle*//that was awesome Brock. I just got back from spending a week with my 71yr old Mom. I did every chore I could for her. Some had been a year waiting. Washed walls, built her a raised garden, planted flowers, hung bird houses, restacked 2 cords of wood, replaced post and rail fencing, fixed the wireless internet, and so on. My Mom raised me since I was 8. All by her onesies. I never got the chance to thank my Dad for (trying) to be there and for the memories of him I do have. Or ask him the questions I wanted to hear his input on.I won't make that mistake with Mom.Made sure she knew how appreciated she is.
:)That's wonderful and how far do you live apart?
I'm in NC, she's in MA.I need to back up there more often :)
I guess she doesn't want to move down.
I joked with her that all the work I did that week could be experienced every weekend.. if only she were closer ;)