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Born 1974 - Died 1996 Resurrected 2021-2022?

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To all readers,
Today is the first time I've logged in since last autumn. My "life gets in the way" situation was this, my wife of 32 years was deteriorating rapidly from metastatic breast cancer.  Her last days began advancing faster and faster at the end. She passed away on October 19 of 2021.  Throughout the rest of the autumn, and all the way until now, I have not done any hobby/upgrade work on any of my vehicles. Instead, after taking care of estate and legal matters, I purchased a rental property near my brother in southern Oregon.  I traveled from the Seattle metro area to my brother's place to work on my rental property numerous times,  then began a remodel on my Seattle home with the intention of selling and moving to southern Oregon. Well, interest rates went up, housing sales are slowing, so I will remain here in Seattle for a couple more years. I hope to soon get back to work on the Pinto. Not likely to be getting very far before winter sets in, but I  felt now was a good time to give an update.

Please accept my sincerest condolences on the loss of your beloved wife.  Life can, and does, sometimes get in the way but it sounds as if you've navigated your way through much of it.  Welcome back to the forum and hopefully you'll be able to turn your attention back to the Pinto project soon.

Dwayne :) [size=78%]  [/size]

Roy, I'm sorry to hear of your wife's cancer and passing.  My wife had breast cancer in 2005 but we were lucky.  It was caught early, she had treatments, and has been cancer-free ever since.  My kids were 5 and 10 at the time and I didn't know how I was going to juggle career, kids, and military duty but as I said before...we were lucky.  Welcome back, and hopefully you're getting back on track in all aspects of your life, including the Pinto project.


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