- Motto: "Don't follow me. I'm lost, too."
- Weapon: V-Lock Rifle, V-Lock Cannon
my belated condolences. I lost my dad at 11 years old, I'm 44 now and lost my mom year before last. Well wishers will tell you that you will heal, and to some extent this is true. The loss will be with you always, almost as if you have an anchor tied to you. One good days, you'll hardly notice the weight; other days, it will be all that you can do just to muster the courage to lift your head and go on living. I don't mean that as a negative response; rather, as a realistic one. In my experience, it helps to remember your loved ones in a positive light when possible. All three of my daughters (18, 12, and 11)know their Grandfather's and Grandmother's favorite foods, music, tv shows. His favorite hobbies, sayings, teachings and quirks. By teaching them these seemingly unimportant details of the man they never knew (and the woman they did), I keep their spirits alive, and they feel a connection to my parents...and I get to carry my anchor a little easier, if only for the day. May God Bless You.
Our Brightest Blessings Often Come During Our Darkest Hours.
...back in my day, you had one alt-mode. One! Articulation? why, if you had enough articulation to transform, you had plenty. And if you wanted more articulation, you know what you did about it? NOTHING. You transformed, stood their with your faceplate closed, and your optics sharp, just like everybody else who didn't have ball-jointed this, and swivel-jointed that. And when your were told to, you transformed and rolled out... And another thing...