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The Amazing, but Short Life of a Special Young Man

I had heard of this very rare disease of Progeria and had seen a special on it awhile back. It was so sad to see these little ones growing old way before their time. I wanted to pay tribute to this young man Sam Berns who passed away last Friday at the age of 17. Although he had a very debilitating disease and I’m sure he knew he would not grow up, he had an amazingly wise and positive view on his life. We should all have this kind of philosophy on life.

Your friend, Harley             feeling sad, but hopeful

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About Kathy

I am semi retired and had lots of free time on my hands. I had always thought there must be some way to really make money on line, but I just never had the time to investigate it until the last year or so. I decided to get some professional help in that area and it has paid off. My husband has a Harley and I really enjoy riding along with him. We belong to a motorcycle club and enjoy the rides with others who love it too. I didn’t become a “Motorcycle Mama” until I was 60, but I have come to love all that’s involved. That’s when I thought: Why not make money at something I really like and develop a website to sell those things? So I did with http://lovetheride.net Besides, my husband wants to retire before his bike is paid for and I would like to help him along in that goal. I hope you will help by visiting my site and following this blog. Kathy Sinclair

4 comments on “The Amazing, but Short Life of a Special Young Man

  1. Reblogged this on These Christian Times and commented:
    Amazing how a someone with so little time lived his life. Watch the video folks because every day, second, minute, and hour counts. For Sam he didn’t have much time left to live and lived as happy as he could. What a courageous young man

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