Monday, September 18, 2006


In two of my previous post I spoke of how short life is and not to take anything for granted. Once again we were slammed with the sudden death of a good friend. Last Tuesday on September 12, Andrew’s good friends and bowling partner died at the age of 55. We met Jim and his wife Ronnie over 10 years ago, at where else, but on a bowling league. Over the years there has been many, birthdays celebration, graduations, bowling tournaments across the state, BBQ’s, Sunday morning bowling practices and Sunday night dinners. You think you know someone and then they die. As we sat at the wake on Thursday night with friends from the bowling league and listened to the stories people were telling of Jim we were surprised that we didn’t know all sides of him, the active member of the K.O.C, the man who went to the 7am mass every Sunday with a bag of food for the less fortunate and the storyteller. Of course on Friday night as we were driving home from the funeral we had a terrible storm here on Long Island. Pouring rain, thunder and lighting. OK Jim, we get it, you arrived home safe and made the starting lineup on the Angels bowling team. Rest In Peace Our Friend, you will be missed. As always be good and be safe.

This is an account of our lifes as we head down the path of life towards our first child. An invisible red thread connects those who are destined to meet, regardless of time, place, or circumstance. The thread may stretch or tangle, but will never break." --An ancient Chinese belief

DTC 4/20/07...LID4/26/07. ...Referral 5/27/10~Waiting for our TA...Aislinn Day is March 6,2011

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