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An Update on Things

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Re: An Update on Things

Post by Rapierman » Mon Oct 28, 2019 9:50 pm

Good to see that Fred's back to his usual self again. ;-)
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Re: An Update on Things

Post by Initial B » Wed Nov 06, 2019 11:31 am

I was wondering why there hadn't been any updates so I thought I'd look in here. I'm really sorry to hear about Sarah's dad. My own father-in-law passed away on Oct 20th so I can empathize somewhat with how he and his family is feeling. Most of the tears are gone, but the hole is still there. I hope Fred and his family get love and support through this time.

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Re: An Update on Things

Post by shadowrider » Sun Nov 10, 2019 8:50 pm

My deepest condolences to Fred, Sarah, and Jack. Hugs to you.
Take whatever time you need to grieve.
I know it's hard when you lose beloved relatives, and you miss them, always. But knowing that they are at peace, and not wanting those left behind to grieve for too long, does bring some solace.
I have had my own share of losing grandparents, and relatives from a young age.

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Re: An Update on Things

Post by CipherF15 » Sat Nov 23, 2019 7:32 am

Fred definitely is made of a stronger metal than I am... I hope that his family will soon feel better and be able to keep enjoying the best moments of life; that's what our grandparents want us to do after they'll be gone.

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