There are a few here, who have known me for a long time, since I joined this board, back in 2000, and still may be reading, I thought I would let you know, about my Father In Law. He Passed away the night before, it was expected he had been sick/COPD and other Illness. He was a Miner, he had a title of Master Blaster, and worked mostly in the Silver and Gold mines of Id. Ore, Nv. and Mt. till he retired around the same time the FMS hit me for real. Anyway, you all know about my Kiddingly calling him the "OutLaw". He actually introduced me to his Son, he sort of Hand picked me you could say. But we had a Rocky relationship, with Me living in So.Ca. and the DH staying in Idaho. I had to do a lot of Driving back and forth to visit, my Hubby. I very seldom, got up to Council, to vist the "OUTLAWS", for various reason's. Hubby lived in Weiser, Id. Home of the Fiddlers National Competion. Some you have been through with me, and some of you have gone through similiar situations. I used to say, that "That Old Coot, would outlive me" lol, and actually I thought he would. Last Week, He got an Infection in his arm from a scratch that wouldn't quit Bleeding. This is another reason to not let things go, when you have a Immune System that is Over taxed as it is. It's the oppurtinist Infections that really get us, who are fighting other conditions all the time with our Comprimised Immune System. So First, to Milo (Donna), Mabel, Mikie, Nanna, Shirl, LynnH, Jolly, Sue, Kate, Jazzie, Lin and so many others, who I have shared this Board with over the years, Thank You for being supportive, when I went through the Trials and Drama , with my Husband and his family. You made a Big Difference over the Year's. Some of you have moved on,& some of you I am on other boards with, and I Want to say Thanks to YOU again, You prove that, You Do and Can meet, Sincere People here, just can't always, stay in touch, sometimes, you Know that they are there, Somewhere in Cyber Space. Hug's Sharonk/(kredca4 at one time) Be sure to Hug someone today , Tell someone You Care, You may not get the chance to Do this another Day.