You may have noticed that it's been kind of quiet in this
corner of the Web over the past week.
Well, there's a reason for that. You see, though JHM has
some wonderful contributors (Floyd Norman, Leon Holzer and Roger Colton among
them), this website is basically a two person operation. With myself and Nancy
Stadler churning out 90% of the crud that you read here.
And for the past two weeks or so, JHM has been a one man
operation because Nancy has been down in Georgia dealing with her Dad. Who's
been battling liver cancer for the past 2 ½ years.
That battle is now over. Richard passed away this past
Monday night. And Mr. Stadler went the way that he wanted to go. At home with
his two daughters there to help him.
Anyway ... As you might expect, what with the memorial service
and the funeral, Nancy and my dance card is kind of full for the next few days.
Which is you probably shouldn't expect to see any new content posted on this
site 'til Sunday.
Don't worry. JHM will be back up to full strength shortly.
We've got some really great stories planned for the month of February. Though I
expect that it won't be 'til the latter part of next week that this site then resumes
its usual 5-new-stories-each-week publishing schedule.
So thanks in advance for your kindness, patience &
understanding. Nancy and I will be back soon, okay?
Sorry for your family's loss Jim - Take all the time you need . . .
My thoughts are with you and Nancy. Take the necessary time to grieve, and we'll welcome you both back with open arms when you finally do return
My condolences to Nancy and her family. Their comfort and sanity are more important than this website or you finishing the Light Magic story. ;) Seriously, take your time and don't rush back for us.
Jim, So sorry for your loss. Send our best to Nancy. We'll be here when you are ready.
My condolences to Nancy and her family. By the way, you all do a wonderful job on this site.
Wow Jim, I'm so sorry to hear that. I hope you and Nancy are doing well.
So sorry to hear about the passing of Nancy's father. They will be in my thoughts and prayers.
I am so sorry for the loss, and hope you find a measure of peace. Thanks for all your hard work, and take time to reflect and grieve. Bless you.
God bless you guys. Take your time - we'll be here.
Jim - Our heartfelt sysmpathies to Nancy, her sister and to your entire family. Going the way one wants to go doesn't always happen. We rejoice for the life that he lived and cherish the memoris he has left behind. Take care and be well. ~frank & pati ferrante
Sorry for your lost. I´ll be back when you are.
So sorry to hear that. All the best.
My condolences to Nancy on her loss. We'll see you back here soon.
I'm sorry for your loss.
my condelances to nancy for the lost of her father. at least he went the way he wanted to no more pain or suffering.