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Old 07-12-2014, 04:38 PM
 
Location: Southern Oregon
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Congratulations, Jer. I can relate. They can be so selfish about their honeymoons.
Just imagine! Oh, well, kids.....you gotta forgive them. Wow, Jerwade, mixed blessings.....in other words; LIFE!
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Old 07-12-2014, 04:52 PM
 
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Congratulations, Jer. I can relate. They can be so selfish about their honeymoons.
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Just imagine! Oh, well, kids.....you gotta forgive them. Wow, Jerwade, mixed blessings.....in other words; LIFE!
For sure, her fiance wants me to teach him to scuba-dive. Image that!
But my daughter says, "He won't do very well with a broken leg." LMBO

Divers don't swim with their arms, thus, he will still be capable of hugging.
Although, a moonlight walk on the beach might be out of the question.

"Life has a way of motivating you; it's not what happens, but how you respond that counts."
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Old 07-12-2014, 05:02 PM
 
Location: Southern Oregon
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Maybe you better save the diving lessons for another time, (I'd think he'd need to be certified, anyway) your daughter seems to have some definite if strange ideas about honeymoons.
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Old 07-12-2014, 05:12 PM
 
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Maybe you better save the diving lessons for another time, (I'd think he'd need to be certified, anyway) your daughter seems to have some definite if strange ideas about honeymoons.
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Old 07-12-2014, 05:29 PM
 
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Your sister should be as good as new after angioplasty, my BIL had the same procedure done a few years back and except for a few restrictions, he's doing great.

Congratulations on your daughter's upcoming wedding! Honor her request and leave her be on her honeymoon.

It's only fitting that you experience the best of both worlds my friend for you are good man.
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Old 07-12-2014, 05:39 PM
 
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For sure, her fiance wants me to teach him to scuba-dive. Image that!
But my daughter says, "He won't do very well with a broken leg." LMBO

Divers don't swim with their arms, thus, he will still be capable of hugging.
Although, a moonlight walk on the beach might be out of the question.

"Life has a way of motivating you; it's not what happens, but how you respond that counts."
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Maybe you better save the diving lessons for another time, (I'd think he'd need to be certified, anyway) your daughter seems to have some definite if strange ideas about honeymoons.
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Actually, I am a Dive-Master, his lessons (down-under with me) would certify him.
Now, whether he came up or not, that might be another matter (just kidding).

You know, Nate. I have three daughters, and they have taught me a great deal about love.
Of course, they do have some strange ideas; tried to get them to wear a down swimsuit?

... but, they would not have anything to do with it! ROTFLMBO

"Dad, that would be like wearing a diaper!"
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Old 07-12-2014, 05:58 PM
 
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Your sister should be as good as new after angioplasty, my BIL had the same procedure done a few years back and except for a few restrictions, he's doing great.

Congratulations on your daughter's upcoming wedding! Honor her request and leave her be on her honeymoon.

It's only fitting that you experience the best of both worlds my friend for you are good man.
Thank you, for the encouragement.
But, if I pay for it, don't I have a right to go?

No, worries - I will just make them double their time.
And, not cut their honeymoon short for any reason.

If you ask my daughters, they will say, "Dad's a HOOT!"
It's like the BOMB! Isn't language fun?

They had different meanings, when I was younger?
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Old 07-13-2014, 12:07 AM
 
Location: Florida
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Well, as some of you know I have a daughter with a disability (TBI).
She has overcome many obstacles, and is now destined to be married.

Not only am I buying "new" grand-baby items for my middle daughter.
My eldest and I are shopping for a "wedding" dress! She is loving it!

I have never seen her, so happy. And Yes, he is a fine young man.
My youngest, soon to be 21 is a wild-child, who is attending Medical School.

On a less than favorable note:
My sister had a major heart attack, but the prognosis is good.

I would say more, but it might overwhelm you.
Sounds like you have a full plate, Jerwade. Sorry about the heart attack report - and yet congratulations on other issues. I have been enjoying my new grandson who was born in May. His name is Robin Luthor - he's a sweetie pie. My eldest of three daughters has finally landed a good job. She has been living in California for several years now. She moved there to get her Masters in Science from Cal Tech. I am so relieved she has finally found work that is in her field and pays well. I have so much to be thankful for.
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Old 07-13-2014, 06:52 AM
 
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Well, as some of you know I have a daughter with a disability (TBI).
She has overcome many obstacles, and is now destined to be married.

Not only am I buying "new" grand-baby items for my middle daughter.
My eldest and I are shopping for a "wedding" dress! She is loving it!

I have never seen her, so happy. And Yes, he is a fine young man.
My youngest, soon to be 21 is a wild-child, who is attending Medical School.

On a less than favorable note:
My sister had a major heart attack, but the prognosis is good.

I would say more, but it might overwhelm you.
Congrats on the upcoming wedding, and my hopes that your sister experiences a full recovery, soon!!!!
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Old 07-13-2014, 09:56 AM
 
Location: USA
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Congratulations Jerwade & Heartsong!

Hope your sister heals fully and quickly, Jerwade.
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