I'm back!

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by wr8y, Dec 7, 2009.

  1. wr8y

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    Well, I guess I am back. Don't post here a LOT, but sure enjoy the threads.

    I return to school in January in pursuit of an Associates in "Networking Specialties". (I just wrapped up an ASEET this summer). I suspect I will have questions for you I.T.- and Windows-wise posters here.


    I have been wrapped up in personal stuff - my sister is in "end stage M.S." and I have been working to accept this. I am reminded that, if you have good health - you have everything. (Not to say that having close family does not matter - but with my parents gone, my brother gone - when my sister goes, my health will be all I have. And I am only 49!)
     
  2. jpanhalt

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    When someone tells you that 50 is the new 30, don't believe them.
    John
     
  3. loosewire

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    I am from N.C. and I had a friend from Geogia,he was called Geogia Boy
    he could do a real good double Hambone that would amaze people.
    He gave his life to safe his family from fire, a 6'4 loss to all and a
    good friend so I can understand what you are going thru. No words
    can be enough. So good luck with your Education. I know your ham
    buddies have helped you,people don't know how many ham operators
    spend there life behind the nite mic.
     
  4. loosewire

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    janhalt,It's not age ,It's genetics you can be young or old at age.
    I am young In genetics, I have no plans by age.Every one Is an
    Island of stone until It sinks. I keep trying to encourage people
    keep active.
     
  5. Bernard

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    " they" say- just grit your teeth and carry on; with each loss it does not get easier, wife no one 30 yrs, no two 15 yrs, significant-other 7 years, died this week. I use AAC to keep my brain functioning.
     
  6. Wendy

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    Man, I am truly sorry to hear that. I've lost most of the older folks of my family, it becomes bearable, but not easier. I can only hope you still have someone (family) to share with.
     
  7. KL7AJ

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    All rise! :D
     
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