Leaving the Nest

csumner05
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Leaving the Nest

Postby csumner05 » Sun Feb 01, 2015 9:01 pm

I guess there is a time in all parents life when their childern leave home and the house becomes empty. My daughter got married this past year and now my 19 year old son has taken a job with a German company and will be leaving for Germany on the 18th. His mother and I are so proud of him and the man he has grown up to be. This job is a great opportunity in the field he has been going to school for. But all the same, we will still miss him. But I can't help feeling the I am loosing my best friend and airboating buddy. The shop will be real quiet without him there. Dalton your mother and I love you and are so proud of you and all that you have accomplished.

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Re: Leaving the Nest

Postby Cowboy Rock » Mon Feb 16, 2015 11:58 pm

Curt,,, I feel you,,, I almost died when my baby girl moved to SC,,, That is so far, but nothing compared to germany,,, Dalton is a smart young man, he will do fine,,, When he gets back ya'll can build another Airboat,,, Peace my friend,,,

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