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    Yes and when you lose family and friends you know they want you to continue on and enjoy your life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamesdean View Post
    DRFISHDUCK, I know the feeling all too well, I went to Germany the first time in OCT. '77 and Lost my brother the following Feb.Was later set to Ft. Lewis for a short spell, then over to Greece on a hardship tour. Got there inn June, Dad Passed in December...Both great fishing partners. Then 10 yrs later it was Mom, two yrs later my oldest sister, Now my last sibling...To say one gets used to sorrow and hardships is an understatement. I know I have not gotten completely over losing any of them...But one has to pick themselves up, dust themselves off and keep putting one foot i front of the other one. Life continues even when you want the ride to just slow down a little, it seems to speed up...I hold a lot of things in,don't show too much. One day the dam will break...
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    Eric, I too have lost all but my brother. I had a sister who I was very close too. Something that helped me was to write a story about her on our memorial forum.
    I pray for you comfort. God bless you.
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    Thank you again everyone, D I got no one else to lose...my whole immediate family is gone, just me left...
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    Prayers sent for you.


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    A lot of what I had to say has already been said. As with most of us, I too have lost family members. Mother, Father, Sister and oldest Brother. Never am able to completely put it behind me, just learn to deal with it. Some days better than others, and downright bad some days. I only say this to remind you that you aren’t alone in this, though you may spend a lot of time by yourself. My thoughts and prayers will be offered for you in the coming weeks. I’ve enjoyed your posts and look forward to more of them in the future. God Bless.....Skeet
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    Continued prayers for you, keep those memories alive and know she is with Jesus now which is the greatest blessing in this difficult time.
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    I have a very good friend that lost his wife and he disappeared for quite a long time and I never knew what happened or where he went . One day he came back and he will never be quite the same I am sure after his loss ,but he by golly fishes every day he can now.
    time will help you overcome your grief and fishing helps one do it a little quicker best I can tell ya .
    chin up and go put the KABOOM on some fish kuz like said b4...its good fur ya
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    Well Ketchen, I try to go as often as I can, just life gets in the way most times...A a young person, one always hears "when I retire I'll be able to lay back and do this and do that as much as I want...I wont have to do anything I really want to do. Well that pipe dream ended a long time ago, and reality set in and theirs always something more important to take care of, or lack of finances to just get out and go fishing...I.e. inevitably the wife wants something added to the house, something broke and needs fixing, all taking up time and funds...so I go when I can and enjoy every minute of it...
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