|Tom "Homer" W. (#46801357)|
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I discovered Find a Grave by accident soon after the death of our precious daughter, Marjorie. She was my first entry. I have added family members, friends, and others that I have no connection with but simply wanted to add them on these pages. I will have more of my family entered in the future. My wife and I are retired and we love it! I love riding the back-roads on my Harley and can't seem to ride past an old cemetery.....I love walking through them and find peace and quiet in them. Thanks so much to everyone that has placed notes, tokens, and have sponsored my memorials. God bless you all. |
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|LeeAnne Peterson||RE: ~~LEAVING A TOKEN FOR PETE~~|
Hello Tom, AMEN to your comments...
|Anne Beckman||RE: ~~CORN DOGS and LEMON FREEZE NASHVILLE STYLE~~~~|
SO SORRY to learn of your poison ivy!
I'm so glad you have the necessary medication,
for it to disappear, and for the itching and
burning! I remember: I got it once, in high
school. I was helping my dad with mowing and
raking, in an area near our backyard, that did
not belong to anyone, so it was unattended, so
it was covered with weeds and poison ivy!
I got it on my ankles. It was AWFUL! I remember
one of my teachers seeing me with a pained
expression on my face, scratching one of my
ankles, under my sock, with a pen. She asked
me if that was poison ivy and I responded in
the affirmative. I got it again, or something
like it, as I was pulling weeds out of the un-
attended back porches of the apartment complex
Bill and I lived in. (In the future, I did it
while wearing gloves. Oh God, that place turned
into such a dump, over the years! EVERY DAY, we
thank God we are in a NICE neighborhood, now.
Earlier today, I sniffed two new fully opened
blooms, on the rose bush, which our neighbors
have, by their front steps. One of ours, which
we received as housewarming gifts, died, thanks
to the past two harsh winters, (Especially that
Winter Vortex of 1993!) but one (my favorite of
the two, its Oklahoma Rose and has huge blooms
that are deep red and smell HEAVENLY) has
survived. I'm praying it will THRIVE! Bill is
a GOOD gardener (he gets that from his mother's
mother, who had an EXTREMELY GREEN THUMB) as well
as his cooking skills from his other grandmother,
who was INCREDIBLE! We have all her recipes!
Another task calls me: Today is laundry day!
The white load should be dry by now.
Bill is CERTAINLY sympathizing with you on how
crummy it is to be stuck inside, on a nice summer
day. OHHWEEE, was he sore about that, while he
was in the hospital, on July 4th! If he had
just gone to the emergency room a lot earlier,
as I nagged him to, that would not have happened!
WELL, he learned his lesson! Also, we are "Di-
vorced from Little Debbie" as well. We had
dinner at Steak & Shake last night: no onion
rings, no French fries, no milk shakes!
WE LOOK GOOD! I'm seeing my physician on
the 15th and I'll be glad to show her my slimmer
self! Bill will be seeing her soon afterwards...
finally, the boy got himself a physician! His
heart condition and being in the hospital was
STRESSFUL, but SOOO much good came from it: he
changed his ways! He was leaning into being
how his Dad was: NOT GOOD!!! God taught him
how to CHANGE FOR THE BETTER!
HANG IN THERE! I'm PRAYING FOR YOU!
SEE YA LATER, ALLIGATOR! ANNE