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stout as a bull!!

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well when he,s drawing those big NFL saleries,,,,tell him dont forget your grandpa...come on?????lol.bob

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Randy : Sounds like a good young Man that will go far in life .

I was raised by my Grandparents after My dad died of his Injuries from a diesel tank explosion & my mother gave me to my grandparents on my dads side to raise in 1977 .

I was 2 yrs old .

My grandfather & dad farmed & done excavating also. . Heated the house w/ 2 wood stoves .

since I was a kid I was helping w/ wood & as I got older I was splitting wood w/ a maul also & stacking wood .

Was on riding on equipment @ 2 yrs old & riding in trucks before that (so I am told) & Pop & his crew had me learning how to operate equipment by age 3 or so .

I thank God For my Grandparents raising me cause if it wasn't for them Lord only knows where I would had woundup @ .

I In turn helped taking care of my pop (granddad) from age 18 till I was 29 yrs old when he passed @ age 77 .

As I felt like I owed it to him for what he done for me.

Thank you for your familys service .

& KUDOS To you Sir Folks who raise their Grandkids / Niece or Nephew have my upmost Respect .

:mack1:

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I meant to ask about the boy earlier.

Y'all done good showing him about real life/work/reward.

But Texas? c'mon man. How bout a real team like ..oh...FSU or maybe a Gator? nevermind the Gator, they wear jorts.

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That's a boy to be proud of for sure Randy!

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I agree 100% with everything said above....Your Story really puts things into perspective. You certainly have something to be proud of !

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He still has a father and you still have a son. You, your son, and Mrs. P have dealt with more tragedy than any family should have to endure. My hat's off to you for the sacrifices you've made to give this boy the life that every kid deserves.

What is his name?

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Everybody has took the words right outa my mouth....tell him we wish him the best of luck with his football career. Sorry for the loss of your son and daughter in law, im sure they are proud of him like you and your wife are.

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I meant to ask about the boy earlier.

Y'all done good showing him about real life/work/reward.

But Texas? c'mon man. How bout a real team like ..oh...the Oklahoma Sooners?

Maybe he'll change his mind and want to be a Virginia Tech Hokie!

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Condolenceses to you and your family for your loses and admiration for raising and giving opportunity to your grandson. Hope to see Daniel in the Superbowl some day.

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Randy. The Lord works all things for His purposes. Your son gave his full measure and your grandboy can surely be proud of him.

Get that boy a monster mall. There almost as good as a log splitter and a lot cheaper. Will make the grandson strong like bull.

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