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January 21, 2009

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Andrea A.

Even though Mr. President does not share the same conservative viewpoints, it was a day to be remembered. I truly hope this country can move forward in a positive momentum and stop keeping hate alive in our homeland. Hopes... so many of them. Here's to keeping a positive outlook during the next 4 years!!

Many blessings to you and your family James. It was touching to read about your dad and I'm sure the days ahead will get only harder until he is finally called home. You are a good son. I hope if ever I have that horrible disease(pray not!), that my children are as good to me as you have written how you are with your Dad. I can only imagine the pain at how it must feel to have your parent look at you unknowingly...

Mishy

well written and well thought out, as always.

Chris from Racine

Wow James - your post gave ME chills...what a powerful moment.

LegioNofZioN

that was an endearing post James, and one of your best this year. I know too well the effects this disease has on families. I pray for you and your family James. It doesn't usually get easier, but the lord has blessed you many times James, and I trust he will continue to bless your clan through this most trying time.

Derek

Thanks for sharing

Susan

Jmaes,

What a beautiful tribute to your father, thank you for sharing this. God has a way to comfort us during the most difficult times and you got His message last night.

G. Cornelius

Great post...

Thanks for posting this...

Maddie - Saukville

That was beautiful.

Paul - Berry Laker

James,
Just want to THANK YOU.

Your strength and will certainly came from your father.

Hope I get the chance to shake your hand in admiration of all you do.

God bless you and your family

Frances

Very touching James. Nicely written.

Diana

James, thank you for sharing your thoughts with all of us. I am praying for your father.

Mobile's Take

James, that was beautiful, it brought tears to my eyes. May God bless you and your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Gracelynn

James

Thank You for sharing that moment. May God bless your family.

BlackinMiami

JT,
I was personally touched by this post.
My grandad is 79 and suffers the same malady. It gets progressively worse and we can only pray. I could not have articulated it any better.I just fought back a tear.
Thank you so much for sharing.

Adam

James,

Unfortunately, I know what you are going through. My grandmother passed away 4 1/2 years ago (seems like almost yesterday) and I witnessed first hand what Alzheimers does to a person. It more than breaks your heart to see what kind of degenerative disease it is. When they no longer recognize people they've known for 50+ years (she didn't know who's funeral it was that we were at when my grandfather passed away two years before she did). But I pray that God will give you comfort the way he did with us knowing that they will be going to a better place.

Frank Unraveled

THE FORCE IS STRONG WITH THIS ONE

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