>> Fundraiser Auctions for HappyCurmudgeon - Raised to Date: $7910.18
All are fantastic offerings and much appreciated by all on the forum. I am currently making a meager $20 donation right now for Ken to the fund on behalf of John at Benchmark Designs. All great sponsors, but just trying to give back what little I can as I am able.
Originally Posted by wayoflife
Last edited by wayoflifette; 02-05-2010 at 09:29 AM.
2007 Silver Wrangler X 2 door (gone)
2012 JKUR, AEV 3.5" lift on 35" KM2's
I am happy to support Ken and his fight against Sarcoma Cancer. I will be glad to participate in the auctions. It is a wonderful thing to be part of a community that stands together!
There are many reasons why I bought my Jeep. Mostly an attempt to slow down and look at what was around me and stop moving so fast was the main one. I forgot who I was and was living life a bit to fast and thereby missing a bunch of it. I had gotten away from my roots and more into fast cars/bikes than good old dirt. So I woke up one day & abandoned the fast car idea, sold the fast bikes, (they sure where fun though) and got myself an enduro and a Jeep & went fishing with my Dad. ~Heaven.
I have been around Jeeps (and Scout's) as long as I can remember, but when I got my Jeep home, what I found was on top of that peacefulness that a good ride with the top down will give you... was an unforeseen side effect: a re-inclusion into that a unique group of people that I have become very proud to be a part of. It was like I had never left.
Jeepers are just plain awesome people. They are the cream of the crop and no one really knows we exist as a community, unless you are in it. I have been into off-roading, and more recently Jeeps of my own for my whole life. I find it comforting & fitting, that when I am faced with the uncertainty of my future; and the possible end of it, that the community I love is standing behind me in the way they have. It is amazing, simply amazing.
Thank you, all of you, each and every one of you, for everything you have done; cards, letters, the paypal gifts, pm’s, emails, and the phone calls. The outflow of support is heartwarming.
Thank you to our wonderful sponsors and their generosity in making this fundraiser/auction possible.
No matter what happens to me, my family is my #1 priority and I sincerely appreciate everything everyone is doing or has done to help me, and ultimately my wife and daughters. I honestly did not realize I had so many friends in the world.
This disease can make you feel very isolated and alone, it is great to see that I am not.
I thank you, but more so I thank you on the behalf of my family,
I am humbled.
Count me in. Will the eBay links be posted here?
Keep fightin' Ken!
2011 Charger Rallye - I still answer PMs if you have any questions about JKs.
Dad still has his '07 JKU Rubi, Mom has 2011 Overland WK2, and fiancee has 2010 JK, so Jeep is still around.
Considering looking into a new Wrangler Unlimited. I miss Jeep so bad!
(SOLD) 2008 Black X 2dr 6spd
Rugged Ridge/AEM/Hella/American Racing/Magnaflow
Rough Country/SWAG Offroad
"I honestly did not realize I had so many friends in the world."
Guess what? You still don't have a clue how many of us Friends you have!
Hope you are feeling a bit better since your back home again!
08 Rubi Ultd | TERAFLEX 3" Lift & Frt Trk Bar | Rancho RS9000XL w\MyRide | Stone White 16" PC 1079 and 35" GY MT\R Kevlar's | Cobra 29 w/ Cool Tech mnt. | Mopar Htd Seats | "Rescue" badges | Flashpaq w\ XDI CAI | Woods Hood Lift & Rear Door Shock & SS reloc kit | Gibson Quad Tip SS | Headers |MyGIG Lockpick w\Mic & RV cam | True HID Bi-Xenon Head and Fog 6000K | Viair HD OBA | Riddler F\R Diff Cvrs | Full LED Conversion
Wife that works on the JK with
Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until you hear them speak.
09 Black JK unlimited
89 Black YJ Wrangler
I'm in too!
Also, praying for ya!
You are all a bunch of amazing people. I don't even own my JK yet but I have allready been greeted and welcomed. The out pouring of love and support for Ken makes me very proud to have become part of this family. As someone who's father was just diagnosed with Squamous Cell CA, nowhere near the severity of Ken's, but his MD is hoping that they got it soon enough, I understand what Ken's family is going through. I will happily do what I can.