I try not to cause any conflict anyway. I can have a temper, but I decided a few years ago, that I will try to be more diplomatic, so when I cross over from this life, I will have a lot of people at my funeral.
I'm in. Maybe a little too late, but I pledge now [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_frown.gif[/img]
as for not riding--the first thing I did when I got off of work on tuesday was go out and ride my adopted son. I'm sure he was wondering why his was getting such an overload of hugs that day. And I was reminded of how empathetic they are--he was so well-behaved it was scary.
The more this sinks in, the more I want to bury myself at the barn. Pain comes so immediately, but the truth of the situation takes so much longer, and is so much harder to deal with.
I pray that the missing BBers are just without internet access.
....and drop my referee status because there's no bickering! [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]
'Come on everyone - "Khumbaya, my lord.....khumbayaaaaaaa". Great thread, RF.
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