I must just be a little insane--(ironically said after being admitted to the pysch ward for Major Depression for a week)--It has been three years almost since my Dad passed. We will be coming up on his 3rd anniversary as of October 14th, 2006--just does not seem possible at all. I know I have mentioned this to several people, but here lately I have just had the oddest thoughts--What is Dad doing? Who's he talking too? Is he working on his model railroading? Does he know about his new grandbaby of 10 months? Strange, isn't it? I have spoken to OldBiker on this, and thank you OldBiker for your wise words and for your ministry. I debated on whether to throw this out there or not, but hey--I guess this is why I joined this site so I could get this stuff out there and not sit on the couch bawling about it for hours. Thanks.
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