Harold Eugene Watts

My Daddy, Harold Eugene Watts, went home to be with God and a host of others who were happy to see him at about 6:30 this evening. He was a wonderful man--a giant of a man--and he lived a wonderful, giant life. Thank you for showing your love for him by loving me.

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Fast. . .

Momma sent me home for a few hours so I could wash clothes and see my children. I'm glad I came, 'cause it smells like a dog in here, and we don't OWN a dog. Ahem. Daddy had a pretty rough patch yesterday--something akin to seizures, but it was determined by a neurologist today that …

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Bumped

So, Daddy got bumped today by someone even more critical than is he. . .which is pretty critical. Then the surgeries took awhile and long story short, we got bumped to tomorrow. . .which is Tuesday. . .Keep the prayers coming, please.

Hope

Such a tiny, little word--hope--but it makes all the difference in the world. Thousands of years ago one of the writers of Proverbs said , "A word aptly spoken is like apples of gold in settings of silver." Thecardiologist who was assigned to Daddy caused such dismay earlier in the week. But when he visited …

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Well. . .

. . .just got back not too long ago from seeing Daddy. Tony, the kids, and I set out after school, met my brother at McDonald's for some dinner, then spent about an hour and a half with Momma and Daddy. Both of them are doing good. I am so glad they are here. Have …

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