need help in posting an email

I got an email from my nephew this morning and would like it posted on this web site its great. if someone knows how would be glad to email it to them and they could post it on here thats how much I would like it on here. sure would appreciate it and so would every one else. sorry I dont know how.

I can only post some stuff

I can only post some stuff by going control c, and then pasting, and/or copying the wwww thing. I'm not good at explaining stuff. If you find out how, I'd like to know too.

I think copying and pasting

I think copying and pasting the text or whatever might be your only solution.

Hi, terry. If you have

Hi, terry.

If you have problems with "copying and pasting" your nephew's e-mail, you can send it to me. I sent you a private message with my e-mail address.

email on way thanks

email on way thanks

terryr wrote: email on way

terryr wrote:

email on way thanks

Under what thread to you want me to post this, terry? This one?

yes if you would please

yes if you would please

Posted for terryr: KURTIS

Posted for terryr:


In a supermarket, Kurtis the stock boy, was busily working when a new voice came over the loud speaker asking for a
carry out at register 4. Kurtis was almost finished, and wanted to get some fresh air, and decided to answer the
call. As he approached the check-out stand a distant smile caught his eye, the new check-out girl was beautiful. She
was an older woman (maybe 26, and he was only 22) and he fell in love.

Later that day, after his shift was over, he waited by the punch clock to find out her name. She came into the break
room, smiled softly at him, took her card and punched out, then left. He looked at her card, BRENDA. He walked out only
to see her start walking up the road. Next day, he waited outside as she left the supermarket, and offered her a ride
home. He looked harmless enough, and she accepted. When he dropped her off, he asked if maybe he could see her again,
outside of work. She simply said it wasn't possible.

He pressed and she explained she had two children and she couldn't afford a baby-sitter, so he offered to pay for
the baby-sitter. Reluctantly she accepted his offer for a date for the following Saturday. That Saturday night he arrived
at her door only to have her tell him that she was unable to go with him. The baby-sitter had called and canceled. To
which Kurtis simply said, "Well, let's take the kids with us."

She tried to explain that taking the children was not an option, but again not taking no for an answer, he pressed.
Finally Brenda, brought him inside to meet her children. She had an older daughter who was just as cute as a bug, Kurtis
thought, then Brenda brought out her son, in a wheelchair. He was born a paraplegic with Down Syndrome.

Kurtis asked Brenda, "I still don't understand why the kids can't come with us?" Brenda was amazed. Most
men would run away from a woman with two kids, especially if one had disabilities - just like her first husband
and father of her children had done. Kurtis was not ordinary - - - he had a different mindset.

That evening Kurtis and Brenda loaded up the kids, went to dinner and the movies. When her son needed anything
Kurtis would take care of him. When he needed to use the restroom, he picked him up out of his wheelchair, took him and
brought him back. The kids loved Kurtis. At the end of the evening, Brenda knew this was the man she was going to
marry and spend the rest of her life with.

A year later, they were married and Kurtis adopted both of her children. Since then they have added two more kids.

So what happened to Kurtis the stock boy and Brenda the check-out girl? Well, Mr. & Mrs. Kurt Warner now live in
Arizona , where he is currently employed as the quarterback of the National Football League Arizona Cardinals and has his
Cardinals in the hunt for a possible appearance in the Super Bowl. Is this a surprise ending or could you have
guessed that he was not an ordinary person.

It should be noted that he also quarterbacked the Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI. He has also been the NLF's Most Valuable Player twice
and the Super Bowl's Most Valuable Player.

Go Cards!!!

That was a nice story

That was a nice story terryr. Smiling

A beautiful story, Terry,

A beautiful story, Terry, thanks for sharing.

That was a great story

That was a great story Terry,thank you for posting it for him Ae, Smiling Another good story.. Smiling The valentine roses..

Praying for help..

Another good story, The doc

Another good story, The doc is amazing. Smiling

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