Bob’s air conditioner is one of the most cherished items in his home.
He’s the one thing that brings out the best in his kids and the people around him.
He loves his kids so much, he’s never complained about them.
Bob’s wife, Linda, who lives in Honolulu, knows that Bob is more than happy to share in his joy with everyone around him, especially his kids.
Bob loves his air conditioners.
When I was younger, he would go into his garage and plug them in when he was away.
And he would take them out and go to work when he came home.
I used to be so happy for him.
I loved that he did that for me, that he took me out there and I loved being outside, playing, eating, going for walks, I loved the way he did it.
I think he knows he has a lot of people around the world that love his air conditioning.
I was just thinking about Bob’s story yesterday when I heard from someone that Bob passed away.
He was the one that brought out the light of the truth and showed us what the world is really like.
It’s sad to know that Bob’s death has caused so much pain, but I’m glad to see people doing what they can to bring some peace to the world.
And hopefully, Bob’s family can find peace with what he went through.
I want to tell my kids that they will never go through what Bob went through to become a successful businessman.
I will always cherish that I had Bob as a friend and I’ll never forget the good times that we had together, and I will never forget him as a father.
I know that he is going to be missed by all of his friends and family, but it’s just the reality of it.
And that’s the only way I can really give thanks for Bob.
I just want to be a dad.
And I want Bob to know how much I appreciate all of the good things he did for me.
I can’t believe he passed away at age 95.
Bob and I were married in 1978, and we’ve been married for 35 years.
I’ve always loved him.
And Bob was just an awesome guy, too.
I wish I could be more like him, I love Bob and his family, I just miss him so much.
I’m thankful for the opportunity he gave me, and Bob was the best husband I’ve ever known.
Thank you for listening to this podcast.
And thank you to my wife, Lynne, and to my daughter, Laura.
You know what I love most about you?
Your willingness to learn from all of us.