........and I think it's about time to say it again. In Jan 2003, Friday night my Wife was feeling fine. We were talking about the Super Bowl. Saturday morning She was unconscious in intensive care where she died a few days later. One of the things that really hurts and bothers me is I couldn't tell her how much she had meant to me and tell her good by. Since then, every chance I get I tell people, Don't hardly let a day pass that you don't tell those close to you how much they mean to you. I don't mean just a quick , "I Love You" as you hang up the phone but sometimes really tell them how they light up your life. This was very graphically shown a couple weeks ago. There's about a half dozen felows that hang out at the small local gun store most every morning. One of the men was a real life old time Montana cowboy, called Mel. Interesting fellow and a lot of fun to talk to. A couple weeks ago, as always he shook the store manager's hand on the way out the door. He said, "I see you tomorrow". The manager said, "If God's willing and we both are alive I'll see you in the morning". The next morning Mel while heading to the gun store had a heart attack. He ran off the road and through a couple fences and into a metal church building, just mising a woman inside. Mel was probably dead before he left the road. When the store manager called me to tell me about Mel, the first thing that went through my mind was, I hope yesterday Mel and his Wife had expressed their love for each other and Mel's boy had told him how proud he was of his Dad. Remember you aren't guaranteed tomorrow or the day after to tell someone how you feel. I miss Mel.