14 thoughts on “Trencher Alert

  1. One good thing is that he didn’t suffer. I remember Elizabeth mentioning heart problems ran in his family, and this could have been the cause.

    Thanks for the news Elizabeth and hope you find comfort in that he suffered not.

  2. Elizabeth, thank you for sharing this information. It is some comfort in knowing he did not suffer. You and Spike are often in my thoughts forever in my heart. Love you both

  3. Spike we still miss you.

    My tears still fall like rain.

    Take a deep breath people.

    Blow out and make sure that what you do with your life… has purpose and meaning.

  4. Yes, it was unexpected, but at least it was quick. My aunt had a stroke, and died a year later (to the day). She never left her bed in that convalescent home, and never regained her speech. I couldn’t bear to live at that level… barely existing.

    Still so very sorry for your loss, Elizabeth.

  5. Spike will be missed by so many of us here at the trenches, but his legacy will never fade. Quick and painless is probably the best way to go.

    “All men die, but not all men really live.” ~ William Wallace

    Spike knew how to really live, fighting the tyranny of the New World Order.

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