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Re: growing pains/observation


Even though I have no offspring, I have noticed that the parents and
grandparents seem to suffer as much from growing pains as it were as the
children/grandchildren themselves. Interesting phenomenon. I give you
all a great deal of credit. I just couldn't go there, but admire the
ones who can handle it and do every day...


---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Cersgarden@aol.com
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Thu, 4 Sep 2003 23:22:10 EDT

>Bonnie, I think you have much more than I to deal with.  My mind was just a 
>bit jumbled today.  I have truly been blessed with much and after I get mother 
>moved tomarrow it will be better and better yet once her home is sold.
>    I talked with Natasha tonight and she said she only had a burn from the 
>seat belt.  She is tiny but resilient and she is learning much from this 
>experience.  She, not mom or dad, is handling the details of estimates, insurance 
>claims, paying the deductable, etc.
>For all of you who have grandchildren you know the pleasures of watching them 
>mature and the heatache you feel for them when they must deal with unpleasant 
>events.
>    Thanks again to all!  Good nite.
>        Ceres
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A



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