My sentiments, exactly . . .
Like you, I lost both my parents; however, the loss of my mother is the one that hurts the deepest.
The hardest thing for me, is the knowledge that her absence is . . . permanent; and I will never hear her voice again.
You are welcome, Brighteyes . . .
That Wall Of Fame of yours sounds like a masterpiece!
More to come . . . (big smile).
I'm so sorry EYE, about your loss!!! But at least you have them for a long while, I, on the other hand don't know my parents, my dad died when I was 3 mos old , and my mom left me in my grand parents care ( on my Dad side), I also have no brother or sister!!
But now , I have children and grand children ,and they loved me , and me them!! And I'm all good , I can't miss what I never had?! That's what I tell my self...
THANK YOU . . . for the update (it sounds interesting; and I respect your opinion).
I remember what happened during the Honda Classic last month, with the imposter that posted a couple of VERY DANGEROUS LINKS on Tiger's website (that my computer software network warned me about).
Perhaps I will go to the public library this weekend, and view Weatherking's video link there.
We can't be too careful; things aren't always as they seem.
Thanks again, my friend.
You are welcome, bud . . .
Say hello to Kylie, for EYE . . .