Back at the keyboard

After more than a year of therapies and effort, Paul Huntley Hess, my father-in-law, died February 10th. He died in his sleep, at home, with his wife of almost 60 years, his only daughter, and one of his grand daughters at his side.

I have always believed that we must be the change we want to see. The only things I can be sure to change are myself and my actions. I try to put my family first.

Now that a week has passed, things are beginning to settle down a bit. I didn’t want to get back in the saddle only to be torn away again. I believe that I can now commit again to contributing to this site and others.

  1. Kimberly Wilder says:

    Glad you were back.

    You were missed.


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  3. Green Ferret says:

    Welcome back, Gregg.

  4. Gregg Jocoy says:

    Thanks. I fear I was premature in announcing my return. With the home in Fort Mill and the home in Florida still to be sold and a business to rebuild, I can only hope to add a bit to the amazing and wonderful job Ron, Wes, Mato and others have been doing. I plan to do one a day until I can do more, hopefully soon.

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