- Sep 19, 2003
My thoughts and prayers are with you bro. Glad you're still with us! What doesn't kill you makes you stronger. Reach out if yo need to borrow an axe for a gig.
Hi Jon, Sorry to hear of your loss, particularly for the dogs : (
I can sympathise with you as we lost all but everything in a fire in Feb last year. We managed to grab a few things in the 10 mins we had to plan our escape. I lost 3 guitars but saved 4, fortunately it happened at a time of the day when we were awake and at home.
When you lose everything having general contents insurance is little consolation for those of us who collect things like guitars because there's so much other stuff that families need to replace before guitars. Like most people we were seriously under-insured.
I hope your local community is as generous to you as ours was.
All the best for the future though...hey a fire can be cleansing sometimes(we had 30 years worth of junk as well)
I so fear the elements. Though I live near a creek, it's fire that seems the most likely to happen in my part of the world. I know these creations that bring life also taketh away.
As in life itself, cherish the now and what you've been afforded, for in the wink of a star, it can disappear. My condolences for the life lost among the inanimate objects that are so proudly displayed here.:rip