Discussion in 'DIS Dads' started by trennr, May 11, 2011.
Glad everything worked out
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Puts things in perspective. Glad things are looking up guys.
Good news...our neighbor next to the vacation home headache called and said that the power company was through and cut down a tree that I had wanted removed for about the last 9 years. Glad it was hanging over the wires. Saved me over $1500 if I don't get a bill for it.
crossing fingers for no bill!!!
Hooe they don't send you in a bill in the mail. But, at least the tree is gone.
In the office knocking a few things off and thought I would share this with you guys...Dalton Dingus is 9 years old and lives in Salyersville, KY, the next county over. Dalton has been diagnosed with Stage 4 Cystic Fibrosis. He is a very sick little boy. Prayers appreciated and if you would like to send Dalton a card and make this Christmas a very special one,you can send cards to:
HC 62 Box 1249
Salyersville, Ky 41465
Hey Steve... How is Allison and Family?
Im gonna go ahead and ask for support from you guys, and my time on here may be severely limited over the next 4-5 months. Our schedule at work just exploded with work that was not planned and it looks like its going to suck being the only subject matter expert in the office for a while.
Prayers. Hope that it would come with a pay raise.
Matt, may God give you the Strength and Good will to carry this load!
Thanks Guys. I honestly don't know how we are going to get all of this done in the allotted time. Add to that, my co worker who usually helps me is getting moved to another function full time, and we have no guides from the prime integrator and I'm pounding my head against the wall.
But, I guess I can pay Santa off with the OT.
Prayers... I'm fixing to be in the same boat next Spring... Longtime co-worker is retiring in April... and I don't think they plan on replacing him... even if they do... will take a couple of years to properly train said replacement...and guess who would have to do that.
OT is good though...
Prayers for you and your family. Lots of stress coming up, but good to know they think you can do the job.
Hey Nate.....Allison is doing ok. She is still wheelchair bound. However, she is learning to drive! She will never walk again but they have somehow managed to get driving lessons for her with some special equipment of course. I am sure that it will help to give her a sense of independance whether she ever owns a vehicle or not. She is doing well in school and is still VERY involved with the church. The girl has more faith than I have ever seen. She is truly an inspiration. The case went to trial a couple months ago against the person who hit them and killed her Dad, and due to some sort of technicality...the scum bag got off scott free eventhough he was stung out on drugs at the time of the accident!! Her younger brother that was in the car with them is doing well but having a very heard time dealing with the loss of Dad. The two older boys have both graduated high school and both wer valedictorians of their classes. Richard would have been so proud!! Dale (Mom) remains a rock of strength. She has to be one of the strongest women I have ever seen. I am sure that when she is alone that emotions take over, but she focuses herself on the needs of others and of the church! Thanks for asking about them!! They are a wonderful family that God is using in a mighty way!!!
Pray for all effected by the shooting at the school in CT.
Indeed! Thoughts and prayers to all the families and friends that are affected by this horrible tragedy.
what a tragedy, even worse with Christmas holidays. Prayers.
Very sad. My thoughts and prayers to the families affected.
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