|03-06-2009, 06:31 PM||#1|
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I am: James G
Join Date: Jul 2004
Location: Brampton, ontario
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Your thoughts and prayers are needed
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Some of you may know Dianne from Pickering Hobbies, some of you may not, those of you that do, probably can easily say she has treated you like family, and more then just another customer, from the first day I walked into her her store 6 years ago, I was treated differently then any other Hobby store, Dianne and her Daughters greeted me with answer's to all my questions, and had everything I needed.
Dianne has been battling Cancer for some time, and unfortunately, time is running out. So Please Say a prayer for Dianne, and her family!
My feelings about Dianne's life are ones I've had before
But now that she's dying I wish there were more.
More time (not like this time), but time to have had
More of the good things and less of the bad.
It's easy to wish for a different kind of life
One with more dreams met, one with less strife.
But maybe it's wrong to think that way now
It's not what she did; rather it's how.
She certainly had spirit and a mind of her own.
She didn't want "advice;" wanted to do it alone.
Her choices were strange if you didn't understand
How it all fit together in her own private plan.
You might have been frustrated that she couldn't see
How much she could do, how much she could be.
But that way of thinking tends to ignore
The impact of all that had happened before.
She'd been passive and dependent and somewhat deprived
Of a sense of her potency and ability to thrive.
So when the time came that she could have stepped out
She was afraid of a world she knew nothing about.
A world where what's needed is talent and skill
Where safety's abandoned and security is nil.
She had what it took, but she didn't know it.
Her experience hadn't given her the confidence to show it.
So those who would judge and say, "What a shame!"
Had they been in her shoes might have done just the same.
She did what was needed to cope day by day
And when all's said and done, she did it her way
You can drive a fast truck slow, but you can't drive a slow truck fast!
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|03-06-2009, 09:56 PM||#2|
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Join Date: Mar 2006
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i am srry to hear. my prayers are with the hole family.
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