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Old 09-05-2006, 04:54 PM   #94
backyardchef
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Originally Posted by Yakfishingfool
Death is inevitable. And yet we are always so shocked when it happens. It is never the one dying that suffers but those of us left behind being selfish about not having more time with the person. KCquer is now in the place with good K, the freshest cuts, and the biggest assed smoker around. Burn a log and smoke a fatty for KCquer, then go and talk to you family and friends and especially those you're not so friendly with and tell them how you feel about them. Whether kidney failure or a sting ray spine in the heart, we are all here for only a blink in time. God Bless. Scott
Thanks for sharing your memories and feelings. With my mom being in and out of the hospital this last year and the losses of people close to me, sometimes it's hard to stay positive about things. I get so pissed off sometimes that life can give us such wonderful memories and then 'steal' the ones that helped us create them. I will never understand.....
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