Posted by wkb28791 on Sunday, March 23, 2008
Sunday, March 23, 2008 @1:08:31 PM
I am so , so sorry about Polly, and about the loss of your friend....
Sunday, March 23, 2008 @1:15:26 PM
Ken, I'm truly sorry for your losses. It seems like that should never happen to a person but it is the way of life. I'm also happy that you can get some solace from your banjo. I guess that's also a way of life.
Continue to dream of playing in that band and it will come to pass. A little practice here and a little practice there and pretty soon you'll be playing anything you want and anything anyone else wants. The way to the band starts with just one more roll or one more lick. As you say, "The beginning of a new and better time..."
A lot of us are with you even if we don't reply directly. Our hearts and minds are filled with the best of thoughts for you.
Sunday, March 23, 2008 @5:05:22 PM
Ken, I know it probably doesn't help much right now but at least you know that Polly can be happy where she is. I sympathize over the loss of your friend. Years ago a good friend of mine was electrocuted at work. I well understand about the comfort of playing an instrument while facing grief. Jesus says in Matthew 5:4 Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted. I will be praying that he will send comfort your way in this hard time.
Wednesday, April 16, 2008 @3:50:58 PM
Glad to hear Polly's in a good place.
u k sandra Says:
Monday, April 21, 2008 @2:13:38 PM
Ken, most of us here would have cried. I could have cried just reading about it. We lost our old dog in January and my big strapping husband cried like a baby. He still gets upset talking about her. At least it shows you are human and probably a nice bloke.
Saturday, May 31, 2008 @3:08:34 PM
I know how you feel. When you come to the Gathering, I will show you my pal, which I am trying to find a home for. He is a Rotty, and my campers are afraid of him, so I must let him go as opposed to keeping him tied up.
Sorry for the loss of your friend. That hurts deeply.
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