Re: Update on my mother
- 'Tis true, Suzy Q. :)
--- In email@example.com, "Susan"
> Spoken like a woman in love. :)husband --
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Rachel"
> <rlwaybright_1999@y...> wrote:
> > This is the more accurate, though far less humorous, picture from
> > wife's perspective: a strong, handsome loving father and
> > true -- out of breath, but with pipe in mouth, taking a couple
> > to ever-so-patiently teach his three oldest chitlens how to ride
> > bike, and all the while creating fond memories that will last a
> > lifetime. After recovering, this wonderful man made us all
> > beef and crab rangoon, all by himself, and even cleaned upof
> > afterward. Now that's a true snapshot of Jerry. BTW, he wasn't
> > running down an ally. That would be covenant-breaking, wouldn't
> > (We have an alley behind our garage.) :)
> > --- In
> email@example.com, "weeping_calvinist"
> > <raging.calvinist@v...> wrote:
> > > Whew. I'm out of breath. What a sight... picture a fat, out
> > shapebike
> > > asthmatic running down the ally teaching three kids to ride
> > > at the same time!
> > >
> > > My mother just called. They found a tumor of some 2-3 inches
> > > somewhere in her womanly parts -- she's not the best atproviding
> > > details. Further tests are to follow. Please continue to pray
> > Cindy.
> > >
> > > gmw.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Rachel"
> This is the more accurate, though far less humorous, picture...Yes but Jer puts it so nicely. What could one have expected from the
guy that recommends people visit places by describing them like:
"If walking through a wet hole in the ground sounds like a good time,
than this is the place for you!"
"Mr. Tobias dug a big hole, filled it with water, and stuck animals