Once again, thank you for your sympathy. My uncle's, Harold Lee Hummel, funeral was a good closure. Of course,
there will always be the feeling of loss, but there came that moment when I felt I could let go of my grief for
my uncle's death and just remember and cherish his life and love. I know there will still be times of grief, but
it is better to embrace the good which will make remember him in the first place. My memories should be a good
testament of him, rather than something that saddens me. He wouldn't like anyone being sad.
Nevertheless, that is my trip.
Again, thank you all. Bassrocker, my boss doesn't give a @@44$%&*, but I would never think of a lawsuit. It would
disrespect my uncle. I do admire all employers who have an understanding policy regarding times of bereavement.
I doubt I will write on this topic again, unless something draws me to it. Others, please express your feelings and policies,
whether or the giving or receiving end.
Again, thank you all. You have helped me.