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Re: I think I learned a lesson.... (long)
<<I was one of those who criticized those people who
didn't pay or didn't deliver as they had promised.
And I stand behind what I said.>>
And I agree with you. Which is why I'm so appalled to
find myself one of the guilty parties.
<<Obviously, you didn't have to write that letter>>
Oh yes, I did! I have to live with myself. *grin*
<<your most gracious letter shows that you are not one
of the "cheaters">>
Sadly, I *am* one of the "cheaters", but not
intentionally. [another feeble grin] Thank you for
your generosity, nonetheless. I'm hoping that your
kind of generosity will allow me to eventually earn my
way back into the trust of this group. Give me a
couple of years to get my life back in order. ;)
<<ALS is a terrible disease. It has no cure.>>
ALS is horrible, indeed. My MIL has a rare form
called Motor Neuron Disease With Frontal Lobe
Dementia. It is dreadful to watch and much worse to
live. Every day is a new unpleasant experience.
Prayers for ALS victims are always needed.
<<I know a young father who has had ALS for four
How awful! That has to be the worst situation. I hope
his progression is slow so that he has more time with
<<Then some good will have come from this.>>
Another good has come from this: I have learned a
lesson about what I should (or should not) be trying
to undertake at this point in my life. And another
about keeping better records and not depending on my
formerly reliable memory.
<<And you don't have to crawl under a rock, either.>>
Thank you. I got a private email from another
listmember which has helped me crawl out from under my
rock, make what amends I can, and move on. This is a
wonderfully kind and generous group.
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