Jan 17 2012

Back In-Action

Well that was a heck of a few weeks! But I am back from my extended vacation and catching up on the over 200 emails that accumulated in my in box as my daily routine resumes.

However on a more sober note, this month my family said goodbye to my grandfather. Husband, father, District Attorney, FBI Agent, and WWII vet, he will be missed.


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    RW Ahrens

    Glad to see yoiu back.

    Sorry to hear about your grandfather. May he rest in peace.

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    I’m glad you’re back, and I know your grandfather will be remembered well.

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    Condolences to you and your family for your loss. Sounds like he led a full and honorable life that will bring you good memories.

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    My condoleces to you and your family.

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    I’m sorry you lost your grandfather. Sounds like he had a busy life. You will remember him well.

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    F [i'm not here, i'm gone]

    My condolences to your family on the loss of your grandfather. But congratulations on securing an extended vacation.

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    My condolences, too, on the loss of your grandfather. As a wise art teacher once told me, sometimes the artwork is done because it’s time for the critique. The same thing applies in life; it’s done because it’s time for the critique. But it sounds as though your grandfather’s critique is going to be one for an orgy of fans…

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