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Sundance Audition on YouTube for Dr. Phil Show - "Real Life Do-Overs" (Project Now Dedicated to Dear Jenny)

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This weekend became about honoring departed friends who made a lasting impact on my life. Jennie’s passing has stirred some deep emotions – the last things she told me via text were “in hospital with infection”….and "looking forward to all of the stuff you are doing for the new Sundance venture.”

Sadly, she did not get a chance to read any of that – and I was working on a special project that I finished up over the weekend that I was hoping she could see when she got better – this was a couple of days before I knew of her passing and I had already completed it and released it.

In keeping with the spirit that was the light of Jennie, I wanted to pick up her fallen torch and carry it forward and dedicate this recent project of mine to her memory, because I know she would never give up.

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In a new cooperative venture, The Sundance Channel has now partnered with YouTube and is proud to present you with the first installment of this new channel over on their network.

My new channel on the YouTube dial is – “TheSundanceChannelCH”

Our first show, now playing, is the Sundance Audition for the Dr. Phil Show – “Real Life Do-Over.”

My wife saw an episode last week, where Dr. Phil was offering ‘real-life do-overs’ for an upcoming segment in one of his shows that will be aired on tv. Contestants were asked to submit a video to Dr. Phil and his staff and explain why they would like a Do-Over.

My submission was me asking Dr, Phil for a do-over in helping me with getting my book published, so I could spend whatever time I have with my second life, using that platform to help other folks who find themselves in the same shoes as I did.

In the video, there was one secret that I was holding onto, until I got the book deal inked, but in explaining my motives behind my desires for the project, I told them on how I got the book title – and how I honored another friends’ memory in that process – this is something that I’ve been wanting to tell you for a long time – seems like the right time now.

I’m all about my friends…and holding onto their memories…

Here is the link to my audition tape for the Dr. Phil show for those that would like to follow along…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FwCSgS3hc4Q

If you have a Google account and would like to leave a comment, please do so if you would like to participate in this, I would appreciate and could use the support.

If not, well, just watch the video and watch me futz up another golden opportunity:)

It won’t be the first time you’ve seen me fail and fall on my face – likely, not the last time either:)

But, at least I’m trying – any way that I know how…

If you are interested, please help me get this video noticed by watching and or commenting – so that it has a chance – a chance is all that we can really ask for - right?

I’m just going to hope for the best with this project and hope I get a call to appear on Dr. Phil's show and keep the battle against cancer moving forward – Jennie’s passing has once again, made it very personal for me to get our message out.

Kindest regards during this most difficult time for all of us and still your friend.

-Craig

The Sundance Channel
"Story Matters There"

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I am home today and was able to watch it---good luck Sundance! It's a very sincere video...hope you get picked.
Tommycat

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Watched and commented on the video. Sure hope that you hear back from Dr. Phil. If anyone deserves the chance, you do.

You will always be the lion. Don't ever lose the roar.

Hugs,

Marie who loves kitties

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I really hope you are selected.

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Great video and very informative. I'm hoping that Dr. Phil sees this personally and helps you with the publishing. It was good to see a video of you, kind of puts a face with a name. Keep us informed as to if you hear anything. Hoping the best.

Kim

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I feel less alone with the community gathered around me:)

-Craig

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Hey Craig,

Good job on the video! Being on Dr. Phil's show would be a great avenue to your publishing success - if anyone deserves this chance, it's you! :-)

Hugs,

Cyn

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A person might try to imagine what it is like to get that horrible diagnoses but until you or the most important person in your life has, you just have no idea what it's like. When your googling life expectancies and get a cold chill through your body when you see it in black and white (even though you sat in that tiny room that very day as a doctor told your husband to get his affairs in order because his time is limited). That is a terrifying place to be (not where anyone should ever have to be) but sadly there are gobs of people that find themselves in that very spot, every day. I have sat in front of my computer in the am's… looking for some hope, begging GOD to relieve my agony and by the grace of GOD I stumbled across the CSN board. I registered and posted in desperation telling anyone that would listen about my Husband’s diagnoses. I can’t even tell you the first person that responded but I know that I needed to hear someone tell me that all was not lost, that they or a loved one is in the same boat and years beyond where a doctor told them they would ever be. Who would’ve thought that someone that is fighting for their own life would stop what they are doing to write a comforting and up lifting note to someone they don’t even know?
This Board is a gift to so many… I know the human nature gets the best of us sometimes causing some hot posts but I think that everyone can agree that life without this Board would be a lot harder than it already is.
I hope Dr. Phil watches your video Craig and gives you a chance. I hope my response helps, I didn’t realize that my daughter was logged in so it appears to be by Shelbea

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I watched your video and it brought tears to my eyes, especially as you spoke of "Chickie", our beautiful Donna. If Dr. Phil has a heart, he will feel your sincerity. I do so hope he will give you a chance.

Brenda, your post was so "right on". It is a heart stopping moment to hear that someone you love has cancer and our board is the life preserver in a very stormy sea.

Luv,

Wolfen

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Hello Craig,

I watched your youtube video and I want to wish you LOTS of luck. I hope Dr. Phil picks you. Your video was very genuine and heartfelt. I am a new person here, but I want to wish you tons of luck!!!

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Well, it's nice to meet the new folks, Marbleotis and So Worried:)

And of course, let's don't forget Brenda:)

Thank you for taking your time to check it out - I know many of you don't know me...the board turns over quite a bit and so it takes time to get to know all of the new arrivals. Most will say, sorry that you found us...but I won't.

I'm glad that you found us:)

It took me five-years of my cancer fight before I ever knew this place existed...I walked alone that whole time with nothing but my thoughts to keep me company...one of the reasons I can't stop talking, LOL!

Anyway, thank you guys for your support for the video and for those that were able to comment towards it. There are alot of stories and I don't know what it will take for their staff to make their decision - I sure don't envy them though.

I was getting a few views from the YT community, then I saw the numbers going up more, so I attributed that to the folks here who were viewing and incrementing the numbers to help me - so a big thank you to everyone that has participated.

Looks like we're at 100...but it's only been three days, so maybe I can catch up to the other folks. I'll take my best shot though - it looks like this is another one that is out of my hands, but I gave it another earnest attempt.

When am I ever going to learn?

The world just "ain't" ready for me yet:)

LOL!

Thank you!

-Craig

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great video.i so admire you and i hope Dr.Phil does see this or at least someone on his staff.it would be great if you could move on to the next step of the publishing process.you have touched so many lives here and it would be awesome for your book to reach so many more...Godbless...johnnybegood

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I'm just so glad you felt well enough to sit through all of that:)

LOL!

But, really I am glad that you and your mom are riding along with me on this...I care about you both.

I know I said that I "Got too close", J...but I just can't help myself...I have to get close if I'm going to be of any value here and a friend to all that will have me...

I'm either in - or I'm out...and with the community here, I've always been "All In."

I don't know any other way - and don't want to know. The losses hurt - but the gains still outweigh the losses....if it didn't hurt, that would mean that the person did not mean much to us - thus the pain.

But still, I've enjoyed talking with you and Mama and getting to know you - she's been a dear friend to me - just so grateful you are both in this community.

You know I'm pulling for you - I know it's rough and you've had a hard battle. Whenever I see you respond to a post of mine - I always think of how hard it must have been to gather the strength to post to me. I know how hard it was for me to post to others last year when I was so deathly sick.

That's very special to me.

Thank you for watching - and I'm still watching out for you - I think of you and your mom often:)

-Craig

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I also hope you get lots of repeats.
Hugs,
Pete

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It's a sweet, dedication.
Goodluck with Doctor Phil.
My friends say I look like him.
Hugs,
Pete

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LOL, Pete:)

Thanks again.

Hopefully I would do better on the tube than I did on the video:)

But, don't bet on it:)

-Craig

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Finally saw the tape. Best of luck with Dr. Phil!!

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I appreciate the support - it will take luck:)

-c

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Way to Go!!!!
I hope Phill helps you out..
Best of luck
Donna

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Hope so!

-c

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Enjoyed hearing you talk about your aim and really like the dedication. Most of all I liked being able to put a face to a name- really makes this board more human (like you I am most intereted in the human impacts of cancer) and perhaps more of us should post videos and pictures of ourselves to help link this community beyond the faceless posts we all use.

Actually it reminded me of how we form false images of people from their posts- Irealised I had formed an image of you in my mind from reading your writing adn you look nothing like it.For some reason in my mind you had grey hair and were much older(perhaps to reflect the wisdom you write). Strange how we do that.

Thanks for bringing more 'human-ness' to this site

steve

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I agree with you. But where is you photo???

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Thanks so much for watching the video. That's one of the great marvels of technology and an example of how it used for good. The ability to connect Texas to England is pretty remarkable and allows us the same experience, no matter where we are geographically located.

I think you know me well enough by now to understand that I'm all about The Human, in any shape, form or fashion. While the X's and O's of cancer are always vitally important, I've always felt that it's the emotional underbelly of us that cancer exposes.

Some turn more empathetic and look past themselves to others - while others are at a different stop in their journey. I've always found that to be one of the most fascinating dichotomies about the cancer experience.

I know that anomynity is important for some folks - and that's cool. This is actually quite interesting as it forces us to look past our initial prejudices that we might get with a visual image and focuses our attention on the spirit of who the person really is through their words.

We fall in love with what the person stands for - and what they represent - not how they look.

And once a basis has been established, then it's always good to peel back that last inner layer and see and hear the person we've been talking to, who now becomes a real-life, breathing person and not an image.

I always thought that this was a beautiful thing.

And the human side can never be overlooked as to its importance.

Cancer is the tie that binds up - but when we slough off that layer and look past, we see one another and we recognize that we all share so many similar experiences with life - the tragedies - the defeats - and the uniting factor that we are all just trying to figure out how to make it to the next day - the best that we know how.

And we always find it comforting to have someone along with us to pass the miles and share the smiles - or to shed a few tears as we talk about our fears.

Your paragraph on imagery I really enjoyed. I think you're absolutely right... I think it leads back to the paragraph I just wrote above....about how we visualize someone in our heads - and then we find they are nothing like we imagined.

You are right, it is so strange why we do that. I can only summize that it is our brains trying to shape an image from the pieces of information that we have readily available. It's sort of like a jig-saw puzzle, where we have the outline of the person, but we don't yet have all of the missing pieces of the puzzle put in.

Anyway, that's my real hair color by the way:) I've still got most of it...you can see why I will be a big hit with the honeys down at the senior center, right?

LOL!

I'm glad you now have a face with my name. I appreciate you taking your time to watch my video and respond and to try and support my endeavor.

I'm a student of human nature and I'm always glad to be able to share some of my thoughts with all of you folks.

You will be in my thoughts - you already have been for quite awhile.

-Craig

"Just a human being - being human."

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Dear Craig, I just saw this and went on to u tube. Your are amazing and I will be praying for the best outcome.If your book gets published it will be wonderful, but IF the worst should happen and it doesn't, you will still have made a difference in so many lives. Remember that pebble in the pond? The ripples are innumerable.
So is your impact. You carry Jennie's torch high & bright. No matter what happens, you will keep it going. Cause that is who you are.
Love you my friend,
Judy

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I thought the impact was my fat ass hitting the pavement with a thundering THUD!

LOL!

"The Subject of IF" - sounds like another post, doesn't it?

I hear your consoling words in your post - you know the odds are long as well as me and anyone else that is aware of this. I appreciate you trying to lessen my fall:)

I've known IF all of my life - I was hoping to meet WHEN at some point though:)

But, you're right...and I set myself up for failure by even trying. But, I'm reminded of a line from Gene Hackman in the 1973 epic, The Poseidon Adventure..."God Loves Tryers."

If that's the case, He should just love me:)

All I do is try - I'd like to win one though, before I head to the locker room - hang up my cleats - and call it a career:)

Thank you for your friendship and all of the love and support you have given me. You are truly, like so many gals here, one of the good ones:)

Thank you for watching - thank you for registering to post and comment - and thank you for being here....oh, and thanks for being with me:)

Boy, I ladeled that on like thick gravy, huh?

But, I meant every word:)

Love you too!

-Craig

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it ain't over yet! Never, never, stop trying, cause if you do, you might as well hang up your cleats. Picture yourself at a book signing. We will all be there. I'll be the one with the balloons.
J

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Watched the video....we both hope the best for you.
No matter what happens you have been a light for many.
Take care....Linda

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Oh my gosh Craig....I'm sitting downstairs in an quiet place and my oldest son all of a sudden in the background speaks up (I had no clue he was there) what are you watching....I've now got some splaining to do.....I can quietly go on this site and no one knows....but there you are loud and clear and my kids are asking. I explain your battle and how you've been at this for 8 years (good lord how I'm hoping for 8 years). Just so you know you've now got some 24 year olds that think you're a really cool guy!!! I really need to stay away from your posts, you just make me cry. L

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Dear L:)

What a great story!

I'm sorry I blew your cover...I am Texas Loud & Texas Proud, LOL!

It looks like it turned out to be a wonderful opportunity to share this experience with your children though, no matter their age. And perhaps they walked away with an even greater understanding of what you - and we face on an everyday basis.

That can never be a bad thing. I think the greatest thing is that I'm able to reach you on a level that would be very hard to breach if your heart wasn't in the right place:)

Somtimes, I'm like Georgie Porgie - "I make all the girls cry."

But to be honest, when I read my own stuff, it makes me cry too - that's how I know it's got the chance to be good. I write the good stuff and laugh too...some of my recent Sundance Channel stuff has alot of feel-good moments - and a couple of more still to come before I close that story out.

Tell your "youngun's" thank you and I appreciate their support - am glad they liked the video. It's nice to still be cool:)

Life is always about opportunity - and here you didn't shy away - you just used that opportunity to teach and enlighten your children. I'm so glad that you handled it that way. Maybe now, they see that this disease has another face - and they see somebody else doing it - and they know you will too.

"Out of the shadows - and into the light" - we all grow when we do that.

I'm your friend, L....don't leave me:)!

And in all sincerity, thank you very much for being with me and being so supportive.

You don't want me to go changin', do you?

LOL!

-Craig

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Thank you for watching, Linda!

Continued best to you and yours with this fight.

Thank you for your kind words.

They say a candle that burns so bright - only burns 1/2 as long:)

Take care,
-Craig

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Craig, I loved your video. I know that Dr. Phil will be moved by your story and your sincerity.
Joy

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Thanks so much for watching and we'll hope for the best:)

-c

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I will check it out and give it the "Thumbs up" for sure!
Pedro...

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What am I going to do with you brother?

:)

Call me what you want - just don't be callin' me late to supper:)

LOL!

Thanks for your support, Phil...and definaitely hit the LIKE button, I need all the votes I can get. Thanks again.

-Craig

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helloo Craig......here I am recently arrived from the north woods. Watched your video and blubbered like a darned fool.....when you started to talk about Donna I just lost it. I am shocked to hear about Jen......gosh it makes me afraid to open this forum sometimes.

good luck leo .......pulling for you big boy

love always.......mags

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Yep, me too...as you saw, I barely made it talking about Chicky, before I got slightly unhinged and left a few tears for the world to see...I figured I'd leave it just as I shot it - real and uncensored.

The Lion did die after Donna passed. But, as I said, her nickname for me became the inspiration behind the title for the book - it is a tribute to her. Makes me very sad that she is not here to see any of this. I miss hearing what she would have said.

I'm so glad to see you!!

Losing Jennie was pretty sudden for all of us - we had sat down to watch tv and were actually in decent spirits for a change - and then we got word....it was a shock! The community has shed a few tears, which means that she was valued here.

Tears are the lubrication for the soul - they keep our insides oiled:)

Well, I'm so glad that you are all a part of this - just means more to me that way. I feel like the community is there with me while we try this - otherwise I'd be battling alone...I've done enough of that.

We're close to 200 views!

I know it's hard to come here sometimes - but us friends, and especially us ol' timers gotta' stay together, right?

Love you too!

-Leo:)

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Surely, Dr. Phil (a Texan), couldn't possibly turn down another Texan. I think it will happen. :)
I hate this disease and something needs to draw more attention to it. Too many billions of "donation" dollars are being wasted.
Go get 'em Craig!!

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LOL!

Nothing goes better with tacos than a Sundance video:)

LOL!

I like your attitude...I'm so blind I want to see the glass 1/2 full:)

As always, thanks again, J!

-Craig

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Keep your roar going and keep helping others.

never lose your passion and your personal drive.

I watched and listened and left a LIKE in hopes that Dr. Phil listens and hears you.

Have you considered self publishing?

Have you had any copies of your book printed yet?

email me: joe.metzger@metzgers.com

I might be able to help for the first or limited publishing run to get the ball rolling.

my best

JoeMetz - Toledo

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Thanks for watching!

I have looked into self-publishing. Lulu looked good from the ones that I looked at. Of course, they say you can self-publish for "free."

But, you and I know, Joe, there is no real free. I suppose if one were really talented with graphic arts for fonts and cover designs, and knew how to properly format correctly, one could go that route.

But, that's not my forte at this point. The way I understand it, is that when you send it in to their server for the process itself, if things are lined up incorrectly or whatnot, then that's exactly how it gets printed.

So, instead of a new chapter opening on the right page...it would open on the left, as an example. One major futz like that and the whole project loses credibility and it's all for naught then.

So, then I checked out their "services." Very quickly, it adds up.

So, a friend of mine recommended KickStarter, where investors contribute to the project in return for something - haven't had time to look into this yet. That's intriguing, but I talked with another guy and he said, you'd really need to have the hitters lined up....just cold calling it probably would not work.

The other thing I've heard about self-publishing is that if you do it, you are no longer considered by the Big Boy publishers...in essence, you become tainted goods and they don't want to touch you.

I've always felt for a project of this magnitude that I needed the deep pockets of a major publisher, for advertising and their long arms for distributiion and getting the product to the masses.

Solely trying to get the attention of the Big Boys puts your manuscript in the slush pile, where it is likely to never see the light of day.

As a result, I've concentrated my efforts in trying to land a literary agent to represent my project and use their connections with the major publishing houses to pull this thing off.

Well, you saw the video, you know the rest....:)

Going for Dr. Phil is a long shot, I know...I tried Sharon Osbourne a couple of times, but have heard nothing...did not expect to, of course.

I've got another 10-agents I'm going to submit too - I expect rejections, but still I need to try, so I won't have to worry that I didn't try to pull a rabbit out of the hat.

It's possible that my project just isn't mainstream, though a couple of agents told me that my work was viable and had merit. The issue is me being unknown and they are looking for "guaranteed sales."

So, my project is a big risk for them.

Of course, what really separates me from someone else that has a book out there?

Ok...besides talent:)

LOL!

Thanks, Joe, I'm keeping all of the options open. I don't want to die and have this book sitting on a hard drive not doing anybody any good. I let the community read the first chapter and some samples from other chapters. Everyone seemed to like it - or they know how to not hurt my feelings:)

I would like the book available in some form, so that at least some could tap into it if they chose to...I'd just hate to see it all for nothing. I know it could help soothe and I know I relate to folks with the topic.

I worked really hard on it right after I got out of treatment. I've probably got 750 hours of my time wrapped up in this, so it was all consuming. Not to mention, having to go back through that emotional ride, so I could get the thoughts and feelings where I needed them to be.

"The Lion's Roar" - A Texan's Journey Inside the World of Cancer.

Chicky would have been so proud.

Thanks again, Joe...I will think deeply about your offer...maybe we can team up...I usually kick ass when my projects become community projects:)

All my best to you!

-Craig

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How many pages is it? My first job was working for a book publishing company and that's all I did was type all day long. Actually was the fastest typest there at 110 wpm and fairly accurate. The reason I'm asking about the length is because you might want to consider a "not so" well-known book publishing company. That might give you better odds of getting it printed. Just a thought. Still hoping for Dr. Phil to send you some good news. When would you know anyway? Is there some time line that he is accepting these offers? COME ON DOWN DR. PHIL - WE NEED YOU.

Kim

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Kim

I'd publish with any bonafide outfit there was. It's about 230 pages by my count. But I've cold called a few publishers and don't even get a response there. At least the agents flat out reject me upfront.

Self-publishing is a problem if you don't know what you are doing - I need help if I go that route.

As far as timeline, I can't find any information on when it will end - or how I would find out. I suppose if I never hear, that's my answer...you know "The Sound of Silence."

I'm with you, "come on down, Dr. P." This might be my best shot.

I think there are over 250 responses in just over 5-days, so the activity has been good...

I've sent inquires into Dr. Phil to ask about this...no response received...I've tried 3x now.

I'll just keep it going...it's out of my hands now...

Thanks!

-Craig

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Watched it Craig and it is THUMBS UP good.Hope Dr.Phil will act on it.

The best of wishes for your success in this endeavor.

-Pat

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As we continue to sift through the rubble of my dad's house and estate...many times I find myself thinking of you and how you liquidated yor parent's estate.

I could not understand then what I'm beginning to understand now as my wife and I traverse this minefield.

I get a clear understanding of what you had to go through...

Thanks for watching - always good to touch base with you:)

-Craig

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It's me again--- just saw this written on Pinterest & thought of you.

It's always too early to quit.

Remember that. If you forget, WE WILL REMIND YOU.
(((((((((((HUGS))))))))))))

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You just keep on "reminding me."

:-)

Big hugs to you!

-c

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dang......every time you write something Leo I think!!!!! yaya.....Dr. Phil called.....

sorry.....I'll be good....and quiet too

mags

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Maggie:)

No worries.

The Lion will roar so loud, I'll shake the snow off your roof all the way up to Owen Sound!

LOL!

You can ask me anytime you want - I'm glad you are interested. I hope we make it. I saw them still advertising for it, so I'm in the hunt. We're up to 299 views.

The Sundance Army is in gear and moving forward....pretty good I think - nearly 300 hits in a week?

And don't be quiet - it's time for US to make noise - somebody has got to hear us!

You're already good - so don't go changin' that:)

-Leo

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jjaj133
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you betcha!!

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Maxiecat
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You made this girl cry....I hope someone at thevDr Phil show sees your video. You deserve your do-over.

Alex

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Sundanceh
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We've got 299 hits so far!

I was nervous on the video - muffed it quite a few times - but hey, at least it's authentic and not fabricated:)

Once I get comfortable and settle in with someone, it's a whole new ballgame:)

If I ever get to the Dr. Phil show, I'll probably need someone off-screen holding up a cue card reminding me what my name is:)

LOL!

Thank you for watching and reading - and your honest expression of how it made you feel:)

-Craig

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