Jim, no problems here. Thank you for your service and my freedoms you fought for. I was in partnership on a herd of Shorthorn cows with a man that fought in WW II. Once a year or so he would need to go back for "reprogramming" as his wife and family called it. He was a pipe smoker and every barn door had a coffee can nailed on the wall sideways and he would put his pipe in there before entering the barn. If when walking around the farm if you started seeing pipes laying around he was starting a down hill slide. It was something we started realizing and thus he would go in earlier with less trouble.
I am sorry for your troubles, he dealt with this for many years and was a wonderful mentor to me on the cattle business. I pray for you that you also will find peace and maybe a couple of quirks that let you know earlier when things aren't going as well.
God and family, the rest is icing on the cake.
I'm so far behind, I think I'm in first place.
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