Thank you Thank you so much for your token and for visiting Rebecca Klein on her Angel Day. Your thoughtfulness knows no bounds. My appreciation is ever growing and my gratitude is endless. Blessings and hugs my dear friend....Anna
~~ HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY ~~ Hi gorgeous one - thank you for your sweet note and thinking of me. Wishing you a great St. Patrick's Day and hoping you're wearing something green because you don't need to be pinched, right. Yes, I had my Harley out day before yesterday and took a spin and it did super, ran like a Singer sewing machine, smooth and didn't miss a stitch! Even after sitting for almost four months! I checked the tire pressure, didn't lose an oz of air! I had new tires installed this past fall and I use STA-BIL, a gasoline stabilizer when I store my bike for winter months. I keep it nice and warm with a blanket over it in my garage and treat it like a good girlfriend should be treated.... with lots of love! And that's what I am sending you, have a great day, Susie, and thanks for being my friend.
RE: Your opinion, please Sorry that I didn't write this in the other message. I'm soooo sorry that he felt he had to leave like that.:( Yes I think that people should remember him & care. I would rather read about him then just to see the dates of birth & death. I love the pictures that are put up as well.
RE: ~ ~ LUCKY CAT ~ ~ Purrrrrr Hi Susie ~ you're so sweet and thanks for thinking of me. Hey, my middle name is "Mr. Right Ride"... we could put your cat in my saddle bag! At the moment, both my G'girls are living back home with us and our youngest son too! It took forever but I did finally get rid of that poison ivy... I never had a problem with that nasty stuff until just this past summer. It must be one of those "getting old things" along with a lot of other changes, none of which are good. Bette Davis said, "getting old isn't for sissies" and man she got that right. I've been doing a lot of hiking and did do a few late summer bike rides to Cincinnati, Dayton, towns in Ohio and Indiana. Took my G'daughter, Becky, for a ride to visit her mom's grave in Fairmount but coming back we saw a Harley guy that was killed on his bike - made the trip home very unsettling. Take care, Susie, and thanks again for thinking of me. Not to worry you're a Harley magnet - come spring you will have Harley guys swarming around you.
~ ~ LUCKY CAT ~ ~ Purrrrrr Susie - thank you for thinking of me, you're so sweet. I am doing fine except for a nasty case of poison ivy and have never before had any problems with the nasty stuff. I have gone through two prescriptions of medication from my doctor and still haven't got rid of it! Bummer! I have been doing a lot of hiking and some riding. I bought two new tires for my bike but haven't rode it as much as I would like... Not many days left but I grab a ride every chance the weather (and temperature) allows. I now have 76,995 miles on my Harley and it still runs like a Singer sewing machine, smooth and doesn't miss a stitch! Thanks again, gorgeous one, and remember when riding your Harley, "DISTANCE" is all you have on a motorcycle. Distance gives you time to maneuver away from harm... don't tailgate - be safe and take care....
Are we cousins? Hi Susie - Today I saw that you had left flowers on the record for my great grandfather Earl Hyde. It's exciting to see a fellow Hyde show up - so now I'm wondering if we are related! Is Earl on your family tree somewhere? His son Earl was my grandfather, and Earl Jr's son Bruce is my father. Hope to hear from you soon! Dottie Jo (Hyde) Cassaday