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    Sorry to hear about your loss. I dread the day I lose my best friend (mom) she is only 57 and has been sick on and off these last few years. You try and prepare yourself but it doesn't help. Keep your chin up.

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    Thank you all, I really appreciate it. Furneral is over, life continues, time marches on.
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    Dice

    Please give Clair our condolences.
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    The only good thing about a funeral if one can think of one is that the food is better than at a wedding. Other than that they are both just a like.

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    hope this is not in bad taste (sorry if any one is offended

    Only scotts really know how to put the "fun" in funeral

    come to think of it a funeral is the celebration of a life

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    for those of you who met my wife

    although i never met your misses,im truly sorry for your loss,god bless.
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  7. #46
    Give Mrs. Dice a big hug from all of us and let her know how sorry we are to hear of her loss.

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    Sorry Buddy...
    Hey mosquito, quit biting (slap!!) me...
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    C'mon, you know I'm right!

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    Angry

    I'm feelin ya dice- almost lost my 84 yr old father in law a couple weeks ago, I think of him like he's my dad also- paramedics were working on him, had to go to the bathroom so I wouldn't "lose it " in front of the kids, he came out ok this time but his number may be any day now, mine for that matter as well-who knows ??
    Da Threadkilla

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