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I came across this hub and i thought I'd share it with you.
Maybe it will help.
Hmm very sad indeed...I'll pray for that kid. However, I really hate to say this. But I just read Maggy's hub about that substandard hub...I really think that Srgolfer should put that in the forum instead of in the hub. Sorry for bringing this up Sir, I really do hope that your grandson will be okay.
Technically it is a substandard hub, but considering its message it does not really matter I think...
I just went and read it....I think it was written by someone in pain who just needed to get it out.
Not normal hub material, but probably a healing tool in this instance. If nothing else, the comments left are offering up supportive words, which may be very comforting to the author.
I certainly don't mind, and hope it helps somehow.
I just wanted to say that I don't care that his hub is "substandard" mine probably r too. He justs needs some support and prayers for his sick grandson, not a freakn' report card on his hub.
MOmmagus--couldn't agree with you more! There's a time and a place for rules and if this rule gets broken but results in a load of prayers and good thoughts for the little boy that's OK by me.
I agree! While it may be sub-standard by hub definition, it is definitly up to par for support purposes and I truly hope he finds the support and comfort he needs in the comments there. This community is great when needed and I am sure he will appreciate it. He may come back and write a great hub in an update on his grandson. Hopefully good news in it!
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