Good Bye Mrs. Yukon, we will miss you, especially me!
She was in perfect medical condition but on 9/4, she had a seizure which led to the discovery of several brain tumors which were in operable. She passed on 11/10. It was a terribly miserable time for her. Nobody deserves to die that way. Thank God for large amounts of Morphine.
I am going to close Living Prepaired over the next few weeks. Most of the information is dated and of little value as there are so many new and improved products available.
Sorry for your lossReplyDelete
Mike, So sorry to hear of your loss. I hate that you (or I) have to deal with death in any way shape or form. Debbie & Greg (Jax, FL).ReplyDelete
p.s. I still think your page has lots of value ....
Mike, what heartbreaking news. I am so, so sorry. I'm sorry to hear you are going to close down your blog too. Lots of good information here.ReplyDelete
You have my sympathy.ReplyDelete
Please continue the blog. So sorry to hear about Mrs Yukon.ReplyDelete
Mike, my most sincere condolences, this is truly sad to hear. As to your content, I think it is the BEST advice on how to store food for the long term. I wish you the best!ReplyDelete
Mike, I'm so sorry for your loss and pray for your comfort in the days ahead.ReplyDelete
Hi Mr. Yukon, I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your wife. I can’t imagine the pain you are feeling. I am also saddened by the closing of your blog. I have been coming here for over fifteen years. I have recommended this site to so many folks because the advise has always been backed up with tested data. All of us will miss you greatly when this is no longer available. Thank you for all the time you spent doing the testing and then publishing all of your data. Just so you know, I also grew up in Jacksonville and my brother just retired from the JFRD as a chief.ReplyDelete
I am so sorry for your loss. Please keep your blog up....I've just discovered it.ReplyDelete
I am sorry to hear about the loss of your wife. God says we are one flesh and you will know what that means in the next year plus. Take the time to process the pain Mike. Try not to make any serious decisions for at least a year. There is no greater sorrow.ReplyDelete
Mike, sorry for your families loss. i am a long term reader of your blog. I have learned much from you and your readers insights. thank you very much. my condolences for you and family.ReplyDelete