I know how exactly how you feel Walter.
I knew Bradley's grandmother and grandfather,Chris and Janet Bugh very well.
I've been away from Church for a number of years,but after the tragic death of this 9 year old Angel,I've decided to go back to Meansville Baptist where I am a member,but have been away for awhile.
At a time like this we as Christians need to remember who is in complete control and as for me I call him JESUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I feel for the family and friends of Bradley. I agree that 109 is full of twist and turns, but it would help if the lines were painted showing the turns and sides. We have had several accidents in the county and most of the paved roads are not marked well enough to be seen at night or during bad weather. Once the paint fades you have to hope you know the road. Not saying the would have helped this family, but it could help others. Again, I am so sorry for Bradley's family, love to them all.
Walter this is beautiful. I'm sitting here crying. I've been thinking about the family. I don't know them but they are on my heart.
Good for you Karen Gooden, that is wonderful!!
I was a single parent for MANY years, I KNOW it is THE hardest job there is!!
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