[Northkeep] grapes are like babies
jon.d.eppler at gmail.com
Tue Aug 26 19:34:19 PDT 2008
Let us know if you need anything, you are some of my dearest friends
even if life does not put us in the same place.
Johann and GG
On 8/26/08, Hugh & Belinda Niewoehner <burgborrendohl at valornet.com> wrote:
> Greetings to our friends of Northkeep,
> We are so glad everything went well at the demo. Unfortunately (or not) we
> had spoken to some individuals who thought it would be in our best interest
> to attend Steppe's artisan that weekend and we said we would do so. In
> truth we did very much enjoy ourselves.
> Now to more personal issues. Last month Ismet lost her brother in law. He
> had been very sick for many years and in many ways his death, though totally
> unhoped for, did relieve the family of many financial and emotional issues.
> What is almost impossible to believe is the death of our second brother in
> law within a month. His death was totally out of the blue (a stroke). Both
> leave behind wives and three children. At any rate everything and everyone
> is in a state of emotional chaos and we would appreciate all kind thoughts.
> As for the grapes, a great diversion and an attempt at normality has
> surfaced in the fact that the long awaited grape harvest did arrive and we
> have been given the opportunity to pick and process the fruit. Life goes on
> through the most difficult of circumstances. As the lady we purchased the
> grapes from told us "grapes are like babies, they come (ripen) when they
> want to".
> Please keep us and /your/ loved ones in your thoughts and prayers. No one
> knows what tomorrow will bring.
> Thank you,
> Ismet and Damon
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