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July 22, 2018

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January 28, 2018
"Another season passes"
Another season has passed, I look forward to many more, but know each day is a gift and I try to fill each and every one of them with goodness. Ten seasons it has been since I felt your hugs, watched you smile, heard you laugh, and watched you live. Bind Tom's and I share many memories of days with you, but in the blind, as the sun rises for each day, is where I feel your love. The warmth of you, coming from memories of our times, I cherish. So today I shared the blind with Mike Behles. It was a Blue Bird morning with reflections full of Orange colors from our sunrise and a sky of blue. The hunting was nil, however the beauty was amazing. I thought of you as the sun first peeked over the Sierras and a sadness covered me. The reality of another seasons last day, looking at the last decoys to carry in and stow. Just feelings that make me sad. I turn my upside out and keep on keepin on, with hopes of good things and good times. Colten's visit this weekend was great. He loaded up on ducks with me, Austin Scheiber, Roxy, and Louie too. I'm not sure of the count but about 40 birds. My thumbs are sore and I have a Scotch waiting. Ten years ago we shared our last day in the blind, our last visit to The Blind Tom's Duck Shack, our last sunrise and our last hug.
Emptiness
Love you forever
See you in the Blind,
DAD
October 28, 2017
Cody my son
I crossed the # 65 yard line without you and your # 27. Another day wondering why. Yes I do my best to meet the challenges, but my biggest challenge is dealing with your absence from my life. Othello, WA. Waterfowl was a great trip. All the things you loved so much. Airplanes, friends, lots of waterfowl good times. So there I was without you for your # 27 Birthday. Wondering how could this be? The fall colors are here, the fall air is finally here, cooling and bringing good feelings to me. Harvests are near the 90 yard line, Duck season is open, and Deer season closes Sunday. It is my favorite time of year. Soon we will gather at Blind Tom's Duck Shack and share a story, a cup of coffee, look at the pictures of days gone by, friends and members gone too! It is a time I cherish, but each trip there brings back memories when my life was full and then the reality creeps in.
Missing you forever, see you in the Blind
DAD
October 27, 2017
Cody Boy
Another Birthday without you.
So sad,
Your Dad turned 65 and you missed it.
We love you deeply....
Love,,,. your Mamma
July 5, 2017
Cody my son
Yet another year has come and gone since you left us. Mom and I spent the 3rd with Pete in Fort Bragg. Numbing our sorrows with Red wine and Tequila. Seemed like it was yesterday, I received the grave news from Donald. Some things I would like to erase. Your photo's scroll full time 24-7 on our counter. Usually late nights I stand and look at all the pictures we have of you. How beautiful you were and how your being was peaceful, loving, caring, helpful, and on and on. I'm always amazed when I look at you. Colten is home and working at OMC. He took the Keaton to Lake Sonoma with friends for the holiday weekend. All good. Annual trip to Sheridan Montana was great for shooting gophers and fly fishing. Ernie is suffering the loss of Momma Doris. Trying to put together a Cleghorne trip soon. Hope to connect with you there.
Love you forever, drowning in pain
See you in the blind
DAD