Amen to that - and to your earlier message adding Walt to the alumni
.... and Chuck, who I had the great fortune to meet over this side of the pond.
.... and others good enough to admit to the particular character
traits which bind us together, if only loosely, and intermittently.
PS Good to see you back (again)!
On Tue, 14 Jun 2022 at 01:23, DZDub <jdubikins@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 13, 2022 at 12:56 PM Wayne Shumaker <om3ti@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Part of getting older. I certainly have become more mellow and humble.
> > When closer to death, what is important becomes a lot clearer. My wife's
> > sudden
> > death 4+ years ago certainly made that very apparent to me. Life is no
> > longer so
> > much about me. An open heart is where its at. This list is always in the
> > back
> > of my mind whenever I'm out with the camera.
> > WayneS
> Thanks for that, Wayne.
> I don't know how I would survive what you, and others, have experienced in
> losing a spouse. I can't think long on it.
> And yet I also get inspiration and hope in the fact that you and others
> have indeed survived, and with an open heart to show for it. I hope I
> might be able to do as well as you have done, and I wish you every possible
> happiness for the future.
> Joel W.
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