Topic: Re: Update on Steve!!!
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So glad to hear that Steve is doing better than the first report. I am so impressed with the response of you and your sons to step in and take over the farm operation for Steve. It really restores my faith in mankind. My first thoughts after reading your post about the accident was, how can I help. I live a long ways away but if I didn't have animals of my own to care for, I would have been on my way. Not only to help Steve but to help you and your sons. Knowing you all have jobs already and this just adds to your work load. Sounds like you, JD, took the bull by the horns an organized things so the cattle could be fed. Now that the word is out that help is needed, John is being overwhelmed with offers to help. He has the right idea to make a schedule so all those offering can do something to help which will take some of the work off his and your shoulders. It sounds like things are getting under control now and will get better as time goes on. The Amish neighbors are great for offering to empty the silo with forks. We all know what that job is all about, great that he has sons that can handle it.
I don't know if Steve is into computers but if not he should have a laptop so he can join us all here on YTmag as he is recovering. I'm sure he would be happy to see all the support he's getting from people all over the country.
Keep us posted on Steve and his battle to recover from his accident. And most of all JD, God Bless you and your sons for all your doing for Steve and his family. You're the meaning of "neighbor and family". I hope this episode will be a lesson for others to learn how to be a good neighbor. You've set a good example.
Thank you for the inspiration,
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