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Friday, May 24, 2013

OH LAWD Conclusion

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Oh Lawd - You know the Future
Six months later we had saved up enough cash to pay my partner for his share of the restaurant, and I sent him a letter to that effect.

The letter came back saying they had never heard of him. We found some old acquaintances of his, and they told us that he had no family in France or anywhere else as far as they knew.

While going through some of his papers he left, we found a bank statement which showed he had very little savings all of which left us confused.

After six months of searching, we found out he had died in a home for old folks, and had been buried under a different name.

The only thing we could figure was that he knew he was ill and didn't want us to see him pass on.

He is sorely missed and we wished we could have been with him in the end.

We wanted Ma and Pa to stay at the larger house that was ours, but they declined saying they had found a small house they wanted.

Since both of the restaurants were doing well we needed to think about the future and more about our personal life. I was beginning to want a family but Mille was scarcely twenty one and wanted to wait two or three years which was understandable.

Mille's folks had sold their businesses, and were coming to visit more often which was nice for Mille.

When they came to visit, I couldn't keep her dad out of the kitchen at the restaurant.  
He was still a fine chef, and he thought it was his duty to teach his culinary skills to the employees.

They seemed to enjoy him being there so I let him have his fun.

This brings us pretty well up to date so I will sign off.  Who knows what the future holds for us, but in all things, always give thanks unto the Lawd.  

The End

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