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Today I Realized

Discussion in 'General' started by roadie1389, Mar 6, 2018.

  1. roadie1389

    roadie1389 Active Member

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    How much a life is impacted by loosing somebody. My father passed back in Sept and to this day my mother is still having issues with things. Not just emotional, but things we take for granted like where the dang battery tender plug is at. Being 1200 miles away I cannot just go "it is right there". Having to deal with contractors that don't show up for work, stuff that we just do. But seriously, take a moment in your busy day and tell you better half how much you really love them no matter how much a pain in the rear they are.

    Also, make sure to teach them how to charge your bikes up!

    Good night.
     
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  2. Th3InfamousI

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    Well put...

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  3. SKOGDOG

    SKOGDOG One of the old ones.
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    Yes. If you appreciate the 'old school' custom of the bereaved wearing a black armband, you understand. And the only way you can appreciate it is to lose someone who is at the center of your life.
     
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