I know very well the feeling Warren, I lost my last G'ma last year at the age of 92 and while it may not have been expected, the loss was still painful. Take care and spend the time well with your family. Remember, the loss shouldn't count as everything, CELEBRATE her life and the knowledge that you actually knew her. I didn't really know my father's mother and never knew his father at all. I knew my mother's parents better but still feel the lack of knowledge from my father's side. I really wish I had been able to know them as an adult instead of a child or at all. Have a safe trip and return back to your friends here.
[Updated on: Mon, 26 January 2009 23:20]I'm not a complete idiot - - Some parts are just missing.
Warren Messages: 1553 Registered: January 2005 Location: Wet wonderful Washington
A minor update. We made it to Alabama. After a fair nightmare of a trip. From Seattle, to Cincinatti, OH expecting only s 3 hour layover. Some 6 hours later the plane finally arrives. and it was a puddle jumper from there to Nashville. a two hour drive south from there got us to the relatives.
It may sound gruesom with me giving a form a play by play but if I think about her too much I am afraid I'll completely loose it. So anything to distract meSometimes writing with geeks is like eating Jello with a chainsaw. Interesting but painful.
Auly Messages: 201 Registered: August 2005 Location: Cleveland
I can't put it any better then anyone else has here.
So I'll repeat what Grover said.
Take Care and I'll keep you in my thoughts and prayers Warren."Jumping from high ledges without anticipation of fatal impact is
commonly know to be an unwise activity and is not
recommended by the legal team of Aperture, Inc"
Portal the game.