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3 M L & C
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Postby 3 M L & C » Fri Dec 05, 2014 7:49 pm

Sorry for your loss. My grandma went the same way. At least she's in a better place now.

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Postby hillsdown » Sun Dec 07, 2014 5:31 pm

Sorry to hear about your mom BMR . Our deepest condolences from all of us here.

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Postby pups and bucks » Sun Dec 14, 2014 7:51 am

Been out of the loop for a while.....Sorry to hear of your loss......How is Dad doing?
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Postby gcreekrch » Sun Dec 14, 2014 8:40 am

I missed this Michael, Debbie and I send our condolences and prayers to you and your family. Losing a loved one is the hardest test we have.

She is resting easy now.
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Postby Big Muddy rancher » Sun Dec 14, 2014 10:16 am

Thank You everyone, We are doing fine, Mom is in a better place after three and a half years in a home and the last couple not walking or communicating it is a blessing. I think Dad took it harder than he expected as he has known it was coming . He looked up in his diary and he visited the home 112 times at 8o miles a round trip. He is 92 and still driving, usually only missed if the weather was bad, the home was quarantined or he wasn't feeling well.
Mom was a huge influence in her kids and grandkids lives and we have many lasting memories.
Mom was a city/town girl when she married Dad but she learned to ride as it was just about the only transportation most of the years back in 1947. I remember in the Centennial parade in Big Beaver 1967 coming around the corner at the bottom of main street someone threw a firecracker and it went off under the big black horse Mom was riding and it buck most of the block of main but Mom stuck him. :D
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