Posted by Seamus on March 20, 2000 at 09:09:57:
In Reply to: Re: Prayers For My Son posted by Bill R on March 20, 2000 at 09:03:48:
: Let's all say a little prayer to ourselves for Champ's son. The loss of a loved one, human or pet, can be sorrowful - more so when it is a result of accidental death since we arent prepared for it.
: I have placed my request in the cosmos for your sons healing and a thanks that he did not suffer the same fate. It is even more touching for me that your son has the same name as my youngest son.
: Bill R
My heart goes out to the lad, and to you, too. Such a loss to a young man is devastating...been there, had it happen. I don't know you, personally, but we are all kindred...I, too, will say a prayer for you all.
: : Folks, please remember my (16 yr old) son Patrick in your prayers.
: : He just missed being injured in a very nasty house fire at a friends house (no human life was hurt), where he lost his dog, who he'd had since he was about 6 yrs old.
: : Stormy was his dog before they couldnt keep her any longer & he gave her to his buddy Brandon.
: : Patrick is very angry at God right now, wondering why "he'd let" his dog die like this.
: : I went over to see him at his Mom's, & take some food & pots 'n' pans for his friends family, & Patrick is putting up a brave front, but I could see & feel the pain. It breaks my heart :-(
: : ~ "Champ"
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: : Forwarded Message:
: : Subj: Prayer for Patrick
: : Date: 03/19/2000 9:18:40 AM Pacific Standard Time
: : I'm writing to let you know that Patrick is really in need of prayer, as well as his friend Brandon's family. Their house burnt down last night. Brandon tried to save Stormy, but could not get in. They were just coming off of the front porch to leave when the house imploded. No one is hurt and that we have to thank God for.
: : I have been busy trying to get whatever I can together for them. Brandon is here. Both he and Patrick are in shock and very sad over the loss of Stormy. I appreciate your prayers.
: : Teresa
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