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kurtster

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Posted: Mar 30, 2020 - 9:30pm

{#Good-vibes}
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Posted: Mar 30, 2020 - 8:22pm



 Coaxial wrote:
Please keep DHG in your thoughts and prayers...She is on the front lines fighting this pandemic many miles from home.
{#Pray}
 


Coaxial

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Posted: Mar 30, 2020 - 7:29pm

Please keep DHG in your thoughts and prayers...She is on the front lines fighting this pandemic many miles from home.{#Pray}
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Posted: Mar 29, 2020 - 8:12am



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may the peace be with you and yourn    
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Posted: Mar 29, 2020 - 7:42am



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Posted: Mar 29, 2020 - 7:40am


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Posted: Mar 29, 2020 - 6:22am



 kurtster wrote:
Hi.  Finally checking in and catching up on things.  I was admitted to the hospital Sunday morning for possible CV19 infection.  It took 60 hours for the results to come through which thankfully were negative as well as neg for the ordinary flu.  Turns out to be a nasty COPD "exacerbation".  Was released Wednesday afternoon and have been playing catch up with the world since. 

Thank you all for the kind thoughts and wishes.  Patty's daughter Jennifer passed early Tuesday morning after her long struggle with Melanoma.  She was 46.  She leaves behind her 13 yo son, Tyler, who is in the care of his father now and has been for some time now and her brother whom you all have come to know as Jr.  Jr has been doing rather well as of late and we have healed most of the issues between us all.  Fortunately Patty was able to spend some quality time with Jennifer before she passed and say the best goodbye possible under the circumstances.  She just returned home last Friday and was going to do a quick turnaround and head back out but Jennifer's condition took a quick turn to the worse and I got admitted to the hospital kinda all at once.

This is tough on Patty for obvious reasons.  Keep her in your thoughts for now if you can.  A special thanks to our Beanie who has been giving Patty comfort over dealing with the loss of a child.  Something that thankfully few experience and something that no one ever should have to do.

Cancer sucks.

Our gratitude for you all here is great.  
{#Group-hug}
 

Missed this kurtster.  Thoughts and prayers your way.
GeneP59

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Posted: Mar 28, 2020 - 10:55am

 Steely_D wrote:


 kurtster wrote:
Hi.  Finally checking in and catching up on things.  I was admitted to the hospital Sunday morning for possible CV19 infection.  It took 60 hours for the results to come through which thankfully were negative as well as neg for the ordinary flu.  Turns out to be a nasty COPD "exacerbation".  Was released Wednesday afternoon and have been playing catch up with the world since. 

Thank you all for the kind thoughts and wishes.  Patty's daughter Jennifer passed early Tuesday morning after her long struggle with Melanoma.  She was 46.  She leaves behind her 13 yo son, Tyler, who is in the care of his father now and has been for some time now and her brother whom you all have come to know as Jr.  Jr has been doing rather well as of late and we have healed most of the issues between us all.  Fortunately Patty was able to spend some quality time with Jennifer before she passed and say the best goodbye possible under the circumstances.  She just returned home last Friday and was going to do a quick turnaround and head back out but Jennifer's condition took a quick turn to the worse and I got admitted to the hospital kinda all at once.

This is tough on Patty for obvious reasons.  Keep her in your thoughts for now if you can.  A special thanks to our Beanie who has been giving Patty comfort over dealing with the loss of a child.  Something that thankfully few experience and something that no one ever should have to do.

Cancer sucks.

Our gratitude for you all here is great.  
{#Group-hug}
 
   
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Posted: Mar 20, 2020 - 11:26pm



 buddy wrote:


 kurtster wrote:
Hi.  Finally checking in and catching up on things.  I was admitted to the hospital Sunday morning for possible CV19 infection.  It took 60 hours for the results to come through which thankfully were negative as well as neg for the ordinary flu.  Turns out to be a nasty COPD "exacerbation".  Was released Wednesday afternoon and have been playing catch up with the world since. 

Thank you all for the kind thoughts and wishes.  Patty's daughter Jennifer passed early Tuesday morning after her long struggle with Melanoma.  She was 46.  She leaves behind her 13 yo son, Tyler, who is in the care of his father now and has been for some time now and her brother whom you all have come to know as Jr.  Jr has been doing rather well as of late and we have healed most of the issues between us all.  Fortunately Patty was able to spend some quality time with Jennifer before she passed and say the best goodbye possible under the circumstances.  She just returned home last Friday and was going to do a quick turnaround and head back out but Jennifer's condition took a quick turn to the worse and I got admitted to the hospital kinda all at once.

This is tough on Patty for obvious reasons.  Keep her in your thoughts for now if you can.  A special thanks to our Beanie who has been giving Patty comfort over dealing with the loss of a child.  Something that thankfully few experience and something that no one ever should have to do.

Cancer sucks.

Our gratitude for you all here is great.  
{#Group-hug}
 
Good on you for testing negative.  Welcome back to the jungle.

Prayers....  


 

Thanks for getting us all up to speed on your travails, Kurt. This has got to a hard hard time for your family. We're all thinking about your clan and pulling for you.
Steely_D

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Posted: Mar 20, 2020 - 6:23pm



 kurtster wrote:
Hi.  Finally checking in and catching up on things.  I was admitted to the hospital Sunday morning for possible CV19 infection.  It took 60 hours for the results to come through which thankfully were negative as well as neg for the ordinary flu.  Turns out to be a nasty COPD "exacerbation".  Was released Wednesday afternoon and have been playing catch up with the world since. 

Thank you all for the kind thoughts and wishes.  Patty's daughter Jennifer passed early Tuesday morning after her long struggle with Melanoma.  She was 46.  She leaves behind her 13 yo son, Tyler, who is in the care of his father now and has been for some time now and her brother whom you all have come to know as Jr.  Jr has been doing rather well as of late and we have healed most of the issues between us all.  Fortunately Patty was able to spend some quality time with Jennifer before she passed and say the best goodbye possible under the circumstances.  She just returned home last Friday and was going to do a quick turnaround and head back out but Jennifer's condition took a quick turn to the worse and I got admitted to the hospital kinda all at once.

This is tough on Patty for obvious reasons.  Keep her in your thoughts for now if you can.  A special thanks to our Beanie who has been giving Patty comfort over dealing with the loss of a child.  Something that thankfully few experience and something that no one ever should have to do.

Cancer sucks.

Our gratitude for you all here is great.  
{#Group-hug}
 


black321

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Posted: Mar 20, 2020 - 5:24pm

Peace to all, and make sure ur getting enough 
buddy

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Location: Rocky Mountains
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Posted: Mar 20, 2020 - 5:20pm



 kurtster wrote:
Hi.  Finally checking in and catching up on things.  I was admitted to the hospital Sunday morning for possible CV19 infection.  It took 60 hours for the results to come through which thankfully were negative as well as neg for the ordinary flu.  Turns out to be a nasty COPD "exacerbation".  Was released Wednesday afternoon and have been playing catch up with the world since. 

Thank you all for the kind thoughts and wishes.  Patty's daughter Jennifer passed early Tuesday morning after her long struggle with Melanoma.  She was 46.  She leaves behind her 13 yo son, Tyler, who is in the care of his father now and has been for some time now and her brother whom you all have come to know as Jr.  Jr has been doing rather well as of late and we have healed most of the issues between us all.  Fortunately Patty was able to spend some quality time with Jennifer before she passed and say the best goodbye possible under the circumstances.  She just returned home last Friday and was going to do a quick turnaround and head back out but Jennifer's condition took a quick turn to the worse and I got admitted to the hospital kinda all at once.

This is tough on Patty for obvious reasons.  Keep her in your thoughts for now if you can.  A special thanks to our Beanie who has been giving Patty comfort over dealing with the loss of a child.  Something that thankfully few experience and something that no one ever should have to do.

Cancer sucks.

Our gratitude for you all here is great.  
{#Group-hug}
 
Good on you for testing negative.  Welcome back to the jungle.

Prayers....  

Red_Dragon

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Posted: Mar 20, 2020 - 4:36pm



 kurtster wrote:
Hi.  Finally checking in and catching up on things.  I was admitted to the hospital Sunday morning for possible CV19 infection.  It took 60 hours for the results to come through which thankfully were negative as well as neg for the ordinary flu.  Turns out to be a nasty COPD "exacerbation".  Was released Wednesday afternoon and have been playing catch up with the world since. 

Thank you all for the kind thoughts and wishes.  Patty's daughter Jennifer passed early Tuesday morning after her long struggle with Melanoma.  She was 46.  She leaves behind her 13 yo son, Tyler, who is in the care of his father now and has been for some time now and her brother whom you all have come to know as Jr.  Jr has been doing rather well as of late and we have healed most of the issues between us all.  Fortunately Patty was able to spend some quality time with Jennifer before she passed and say the best goodbye possible under the circumstances.  She just returned home last Friday and was going to do a quick turnaround and head back out but Jennifer's condition took a quick turn to the worse and I got admitted to the hospital kinda all at once.

This is tough on Patty for obvious reasons.  Keep her in your thoughts for now if you can.  A special thanks to our Beanie who has been giving Patty comfort over dealing with the loss of a child.  Something that thankfully few experience and something that no one ever should have to do.

Cancer sucks.

Our gratitude for you all here is great.  
{#Group-hug}


 



Coaxial

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Gender: Male


Posted: Mar 20, 2020 - 4:00pm

{#Meditate}
oldviolin

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Posted: Mar 20, 2020 - 2:33pm



 kurtster wrote:
Hi.  Finally checking in and catching up on things.  I was admitted to the hospital Sunday morning for possible CV19 infection.  It took 60 hours for the results to come through which thankfully were negative as well as neg for the ordinary flu.  Turns out to be a nasty COPD "exacerbation".  Was released Wednesday afternoon and have been playing catch up with the world since. 

Thank you all for the kind thoughts and wishes.  Patty's daughter Jennifer passed early Tuesday morning after her long struggle with Melanoma.  She was 46.  She leaves behind her 13 yo son, Tyler, who is in the care of his father now and has been for some time now and her brother whom you all have come to know as Jr.  Jr has been doing rather well as of late and we have healed most of the issues between us all.  Fortunately Patty was able to spend some quality time with Jennifer before she passed and say the best goodbye possible under the circumstances.  She just returned home last Friday and was going to do a quick turnaround and head back out but Jennifer's condition took a quick turn to the worse and I got admitted to the hospital kinda all at once.

This is tough on Patty for obvious reasons.  Keep her in your thoughts for now if you can.  A special thanks to our Beanie who has been giving Patty comfort over dealing with the loss of a child.  Something that thankfully few experience and something that no one ever should have to do.

Cancer sucks.

Our gratitude for you all here is great.  
{#Group-hug}
 


Isabeau

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Posted: Mar 20, 2020 - 2:27pm



 kurtster wrote:
Hi.  Finally checking in and catching up on things.  I was admitted to the hospital Sunday morning for possible CV19 infection.  It took 60 hours for the results to come through which thankfully were negative as well as neg for the ordinary flu.  Turns out to be a nasty COPD "exacerbation".  Was released Wednesday afternoon and have been playing catch up with the world since. 

Thank you all for the kind thoughts and wishes.  Patty's daughter Jennifer passed early Tuesday morning after her long struggle with Melanoma.  She was 46.  She leaves behind her 13 yo son, Tyler, who is in the care of his father now and has been for some time now and her brother whom you all have come to know as Jr.  Jr has been doing rather well as of late and we have healed most of the issues between us all.  Fortunately Patty was able to spend some quality time with Jennifer before she passed and say the best goodbye possible under the circumstances.  She just returned home last Friday and was going to do a quick turnaround and head back out but Jennifer's condition took a quick turn to the worse and I got admitted to the hospital kinda all at once.

This is tough on Patty for obvious reasons.  Keep her in your thoughts for now if you can.  A special thanks to our Beanie who has been giving Patty comfort over dealing with the loss of a child.  Something that thankfully few experience and something that no one ever should have to do.

Cancer sucks.

Our gratitude for you all here is great.  
{#Group-hug}
 

Gratitude is the basis of compassion  
kurtster

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Location: drifting
Gender: Male


Posted: Mar 20, 2020 - 2:21pm

Hi.  Finally checking in and catching up on things.  I was admitted to the hospital Sunday morning for possible CV19 infection.  It took 60 hours for the results to come through which thankfully were negative as well as neg for the ordinary flu.  Turns out to be a nasty COPD "exacerbation".  Was released Wednesday afternoon and have been playing catch up with the world since. 

Thank you all for the kind thoughts and wishes.  Patty's daughter Jennifer passed early Tuesday morning after her long struggle with Melanoma.  She was 46.  She leaves behind her 13 yo son, Tyler, who is in the care of his father now and has been for some time now and her brother whom you all have come to know as Jr.  Jr has been doing rather well as of late and we have healed most of the issues between us all.  Fortunately Patty was able to spend some quality time with Jennifer before she passed and say the best goodbye possible under the circumstances.  She just returned home last Friday and was going to do a quick turnaround and head back out but Jennifer's condition took a quick turn to the worse and I got admitted to the hospital kinda all at once.

This is tough on Patty for obvious reasons.  Keep her in your thoughts for now if you can.  A special thanks to our Beanie who has been giving Patty comfort over dealing with the loss of a child.  Something that thankfully few experience and something that no one ever should have to do.

Cancer sucks.

Our gratitude for you all here is great.  
{#Group-hug}
Coaxial

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Location: 543 miles west of Paradis,1491 miles eas
Gender: Male


Posted: Mar 19, 2020 - 6:50pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Welp, when I was a kid we were semi-annual attendees of Union Presbyterian. The preacher there was a loud, boisterous cowboy who saved many many lives with his beautiful attitude. He buried my best friend who took his own life at 13. Such a difficult job sometimes. His wife was equally loud and opinionated and scary as hell, even to adults, because she was so quick and cutting and funny as hell but still scary. Usually right, tho. They have a daughter who wasn't welcome at the Presbyterian church anymore, so they started attending the Episcopal services that Justine signed me up for, so that was kind of cool that I got to see them again. She passed away last week and was buried on Friday. Today, he is in the hospital with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest. I know he (and she) expected to be one of those couples who when one died, the other would follow shortly. I guess it wasn't happening quick enough. He'll be with her soon now.

 Claudia and Bill.
 
{#Meditate}
Antigone

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Posted: Mar 19, 2020 - 4:02pm



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Welp, when I was a kid we were semi-annual attendees of Union Presbyterian. The preacher there was a loud, boisterous cowboy who saved many many lives with his beautiful attitude. He buried my best friend who took his own life at 13. Such a difficult job sometimes. His wife was equally loud and opinionated and scary as hell, even to adults, because she was so quick and cutting and funny as hell but still scary. Usually right, tho. They have a daughter who wasn't welcome at the Presbyterian church anymore, so they started attending the Episcopal services that Justine signed me up for, so that was kind of cool that I got to see them again. She passed away last week and was buried on Friday. Today, he is in the hospital with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest. I know he (and she) expected to be one of those couples who when one died, the other would follow shortly. I guess it wasn't happening quick enough. He'll be with her soon now.

 Claudia and Bill.
 

Aw, man.
haresfur

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Posted: Mar 19, 2020 - 2:01pm



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Welp, when I was a kid we were semi-annual attendees of Union Presbyterian. The preacher there was a loud, boisterous cowboy who saved many many lives with his beautiful attitude. He buried my best friend who took his own life at 13. Such a difficult job sometimes. His wife was equally loud and opinionated and scary as hell, even to adults, because she was so quick and cutting and funny as hell but still scary. Usually right, tho. They have a daughter who wasn't welcome at the Presbyterian church anymore, so they started attending the Episcopal services that Justine signed me up for, so that was kind of cool that I got to see them again. She passed away last week and was buried on Friday. Today, he is in the hospital with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest. I know he (and she) expected to be one of those couples who when one died, the other would follow shortly. I guess it wasn't happening quick enough. He'll be with her soon now.

 Claudia and Bill.
 

wow 
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