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February 23, 2017

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February 15, 2017
Happy Birthday Dad. I would have loved to have had you still on your 90th birthday, but I still take solace in the memory of you, and the model you were for my life. May your eternity with Mom be everything you want it to be, and may your legacy live on here for generations to come.
February 14, 2017
Happy 90th Grandpa. If you were here it would be a huge celebration, the biggest since the 50th wedding anniversary party. Instead of a celebration it's a day to remember and reflect how cool you were and how you influenced me. My goal is to one day collect and have as many quotes and anctedotes in my head as you, I'll need another 30 years to get there but I hope I do. My goal is to be a good husband, dad, and grandad. My goal is to listen and be fair but firm. My goal is to be a lot like you. You are missed, kiss grandma and celebrate your birthday and a Cubs World Series win.
January 10, 2016
It's been nearly two years since my last post and entry but there isn't a day I walk through this house without thinking of you and Grandma. I consider it a blessing and it's strange to think I've been living at Fairwood for a decade now, and you have been gone from our lives even longer.

I'm 40 now and the house at Fairwood looks pretty much looks the same when you lived here except for the basement which has been remodeled thanks to a pipe bursting in the ceiling. When the crew tore up the carpet, it was all asbestos in the sub flooring so we used the insurance claim to 'modernize' the basement bar area. It's good though, just know that my girlfriend Caylie has a classic style so it is updated with even a sink now and three prong outlets everywhere but has a 'classic' feel to the room and will continue as we decorate in the months to come.


You would be happy to know the Cubs might actually win the world series in 2016, they have a great team and I thought they would this past year. When they do, I will take the Cubs pennant that has been a fixture at Fairwood for so many years and place that on your grave to celebrate the win with you.

I still refer the kitchen as 'the new kitchen' even though its probably been 25 years since you did the remodel. My goal is before it's 30 years old is to have a 'new new' kitchen. Caylie would like it to look more like the 50s/60s so we will go with some retro looking appliances and have a look that is closer to how it might have been when you and Grandma bought the house.

I miss you but feel close and connected and would love to chat about the markets, baseball, and family.

P.S. I would love to talk to you today about the state of the Republican party :)
February 28, 2014
I said goodbye to Grandma tonight and wanted to look at your page since I really haven't been here since I signed yours so many years ago. I was a little choked up reading the messages from Grandma to you. You were a lucky man in so many ways, but to have somebody so committed to you is something that is so rare is it special. You both are missed, but will be happy to know that there is music almost every night at Fairwood and I have a piano in the room and sit and play and think of you. When Suzanne sits on the bench with me, I think of myself at her age sitting next to you playing. There is so much we could have talked about since you've been gone, and I'm still waiting for the Cubs to win a world series. Fairwood will light up when that happens. I love and miss you Grandpa.
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