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Very nice Vishanie Pearce May God Bless all your studies.
Looking good Mr.Maury.It is always a pleasure running into when I visit my Aunty Lucy.You always have something positive to say.
HEY!my loving father luv u so much...luv u too vishanie u r a sweety my niece..
Well done Vishie so proud of you this is an excellent profile... i love my grandfather so much he is one strong old guy filled with love an laughter, always has something funny to say never had a down moment hanging out with him and my grandmother... he is so wise and is always saying something of encouragement...love him dearly...
looking Good As Usual papi ,oh how how i miss being around you and Grandma two of the funniest old people to be around ..i love you x555678666666 mwaaah!
Uncle Hartwell is a favourite with most of his nieces and nephews! You can't help having a smile or (more likely) a good laugh when you think of him or when others mention him. His jokes and tall tales are too numerous to mention.
Speaking of which; I wonder if he's wearing his bush jacket shirt today! (Sorry folks, that's a family joke!)
Beyond the jokes, however, it is important to note that, like his brothers, he was a very hard worker, doing his best to care for his large family. He undoubtedly has the distinction of being one of the longest serving fishermen in Treasure Beach. He kept going way beyond the age that most retired at, and that bore testimony to his strength and pride in his ability to take care of himself.
He has survived all his brothers and I look to him for much of the family history I love so much; and while the body is no longer as agile as it used to be, that humorous tongue of his has certainly not slowed down one bit!
Best wishes, 'Missa Morrie!'
Mr. Murrie,you are one of the senior citizens of Treasure Beach who is highly respected and loved. Your words of advice and remarkable sense of humour cannot be forgotten. It is good that you could be profiled. Good job Vishanie.
Every time I go back to Sandy Bank one of my first stops is to see Popi. I fear the day I return and find that he's joined his brothers but, for the time we have, I will continue to enjoy his stories and his easy laugh.
Mia says "Great job, Vishanie!"
Good job profiling your grandfather! It's nice to see my beloved Uncle Hartwell given this honour. "Mr. Morrie," as we fondly call him, was the family jokester. What I loved about his jokes was that he would start laughing before he could get them out! So we ended up laughing before we actually heard what was funny! And like Earl says, his tales were tall! But he was also good with a metaphor. One of my favourite lines of his was when he would be telling my dad (his brother) of some wrong or another that someone had done to him; he'd conclude by saying, "Time langa'an rope, Maas Carl.
God bless, you, Uncle Hartwell.