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Sorry I've been so quiet this last week all , Maw Otter lost her grandma this last Mon. we have been very busy around here , She was 92 yrs old and lived a very spoiled life . Was a good God fearing Woman .

post #2 of 14

Sorry to hear that, prayers sent from Nevada.

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Lost my mom at 92 last October - my heart with with your wife -

post #4 of 14

Sorry to hear that otter, I hope things settle back down and get back to the norm. This kind of thing is never easy, hang in there, the both of ya.

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Sorry to hear about your loss.

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She was 92 yrs old and lived a very spoiled life .


good for her..............sorry for your loss.
 

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Sorry for your loss otter. Family members never leave us , they just step out of the spotlight for a little while. Our deepest sympathies from Backwoods Ohio.

post #8 of 14

Sorry to hear that Otter.

Those who are left behind are the ones who feel the pain. 

 

Been there too many times,

Bear

post #9 of 14

Sorry for your loss, Otter.

I recently lost my mother, she too lived a very spoiled life and was a good God fearing Woman.

Because of that she was able to go on her own terms.

It’s never easy for those left behind.

Your family will be in my prayers.

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Thank you All She will be greatly missed

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My condolences to you and Gma's family...

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Saying a prayer for your family.

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Sorry to hear of your loss, our condolences...

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Hey brother, don't feel sorry about not being on the forums...you've got plenty of things to take care of...we'll be here when you need us.

 

Thoughts and prayers from here as well.

 

We've lost two parents this year, and one was unexpected. The pain never really goes away, but it will hurt less in time. Stay close to your family and be strong and patient for each other...you'll all need a shoulder now and then.

 

Be sure to take of yourself, and sleep when you can...sleep may start to seem like a luxury, but you still need it. I still don't get enough sleep.

 

BTW, I still try to keep up with my smoking & grilling sessions just to take the edge off...even if it's just a few minutes to throw a couple steaks or burgers over coals, it helps to keep things in perspective for me.

 

 

Eric

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