Posted 05 December 2003 - 09:45 AM
Hi, OG WOW...I completely forgot that you'd be swamped around the Holidays. Nuh-UH...no eye strain allowed, we'll still be here when things have calmed down again.
That is a very poetic sentiment, but I think a child's passing needs something extra beautiful to fully express that horror of what the family's experienced. Out of curiousity, was that prevalent during a certain period of history?
Hi, Mels, I never really thought of that*snickers probably 'cause my name won't change if my Baby's ever silly enough to marry me*and I honestly have not a clue as to why the maiden name wouldn't appear on a woman's stone? Since I'd imagine that not every family had that family bible to mark marriages and passings and the birth of children.
Hi, Bridget, No worries...up until about a month ago, I would have sworn that California had either NOT been a state
at that time or if they had been a state, they would have joined the Confederacy, Neither did my boss...and HE'S a Cal
HAWKY!! That's an excellent point, that the stone was acting
as an obituary*Um...you do remember we're splitting those winnings 60-40, right?
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