To everyone who has lost a loved one. I just needed to put some things down in print. If you have ever heard all the mother-in-law jokes, I hope you were abe to have the same reaction as I have. That reaction is "that is funny, but that isn't my mother-in-law". Last Friday the 24th I was packing for a trip to Atlanta when we recieved word my wif's mom passed away. After a night of no sleep, I called my boss and told him there was no decision to be made about the trip. I just wasn't going, period. He understood. At about 10:00 Sat morning, we recieved word that my father-in-law felt so bad about the situation, he had a servere heart attack. He was flown to Fargo ND and underwent quadruple bypass today (Fri the 31st). He came out ok. I always new there was a God, but this week Him and my wife's new angel showed us that life goes on. I have many things I could share that would take many hours to relay to you all. One thing I have to tell you is that my wife gave the euligy (I can't spell). For someont to have the faith to stand in front of 300 people and say what she said and make it to the end was ...., well you fill in the words. I have told some of the people that wanted a copy of it that I would put it on my web site. It will take a week or so to get that done. I will be back in Colorado by Monday with my wife staying here in N Dak about a week. I will come back and get her in my Fiero whenever she calls. I hope no one who reads this gets ofended by my rambling, but I'm not one to talk to just anyone. I have entered in a few topics and commented on others and feel as if I can , well vent isn't the word, but put it in hard print without tearing up. I'm not one to go around saying those three words guys don't like to say, but every one who has a loved on, just call them and say "Hi, who's the weather" if nothing else.