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A Heartfelt Tribute to a GLP'er

 
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Thank you.

Several years ago I was at the end of my wits.
My husband was very ill and I had a daughter who wanted to play trumpet for the high school band. She started in 6th grade, so I bought what looked like a 1915 model trumpet from a guy at the gas station for $100. Boy was it rough. A member's dad worked on all the trumpets and kept piecing it together the best he could. Every day she would come home saying I can't play this trumpet anymore, it's falling apart. Until one day, it really did.
I couldn't even afford to rent one at the time. That's how tight things were. I was travelling two hours, one way, to see my hospitalized husband and a trumpet was the least of my worries. But it was her dream.

So, I thought, what the hell. It was in November or December that year, I jumped on GLP and prayed, "Lord, let someone here be our blessing."

Sure enough, before the day was over, a very kind person here named Patrick, had a beautiful trumpet he wasn't using and we worked out the details and he shipped it to our home. She cried, I cried. It was a great day. He asked for nothing in return, only that she play in good health.
All these years later, I want to thank him for his kindness and generosity that day.

This is her senior year in college. She's been playing for the greatest marching band in college football history since her Freshman year she's earned a spot on that field.

As a music major who has just applied to grad school, I wanted you to know that you made a life for that little girl you were so kind to have helped that day.
She still has the trumpet and it still means the world to her that a total stranger would care enough to do something that awesome.


Thank you again Patrick and your beautiful family, wherever you are.
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Beautiful Tribute.
Thank you for sharing this with us all.
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I think there was a beautiful thread about this
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Great story! All the best to your daughter! You both sound wonderful!
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Great story! All the best to your daughter! You both sound wonderful!
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Thank you!

She has worked so hard. She was drum major her senior yr of high school. I just wanted him to know how much it meant to her and all of us.
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I think there was a beautiful thread about this
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I have searched for the thread, but when you type in 'trumpet' on GLP, well, you know lol
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Was it, former member, Patrick Bateman? He has not been here for about 5 years.
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Thank you.

Several years ago I was at the end of my wits.
My husband was very ill and I had a daughter who wanted to play trumpet for the high school band. She started in 6th grade, so I bought what looked like a 1915 model trumpet from a guy at the gas station for $100. Boy was it rough. A member's dad worked on all the trumpets and kept piecing it together the best he could. Every day she would come home saying I can't play this trumpet anymore, it's falling apart. Until one day, it really did.
I couldn't even afford to rent one at the time. That's how tight things were. I was travelling two hours, one way, to see my hospitalized husband and a trumpet was the least of my worries. But it was her dream.

So, I thought, what the hell. It was in November or December that year, I jumped on GLP and prayed, "Lord, let someone here be our blessing."

Sure enough, before the day was over, a very kind person here named Patrick, had a beautiful trumpet he wasn't using and we worked out the details and he shipped it to our home. She cried, I cried. It was a great day. He asked for nothing in return, only that she play in good health.
All these years later, I want to thank him for his kindness and generosity that day.

This is her senior year in college. She's been playing for the greatest marching band in college football history since her Freshman year she's earned a spot on that field.

As a music major who has just applied to grad school, I wanted you to know that you made a life for that little girl you were so kind to have helped that day.
She still has the trumpet and it still means the world to her that a total stranger would care enough to do something that awesome.


Thank you again Patrick and your beautiful family, wherever you are.
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5 stars for heartfelt thread
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Was it, former member, Patrick Bateman? He has not been here for about 5 years.
 Quoting: Lady Jayne Smith


I have looked and looked for his return post which I saved and I can't find it to save my life. I can't remember, its been too long ago.
I posted hoping and praying he would see this.
Thank you so much for this pin Lady Jayne, you're the best!
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Love stories like this!
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Beautiful tribute to a wonderful person.

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And this is what makes this place the best cyber bar in the Galaxy!

We get all kinds here and some are genuinely good people.
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Well done, Patrick!
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is this that thread, op?

Thread: A TRUMPET FOR A MARCHING BAND STUDENT
Repeal the 17th Amendment and the Reapportionment Act of 1929!

Thread: First steps down the road to a return to the Constitutional Republic that we were intended to be.

Restore the Republic.

Thread: The Bill of Rights does NOT include age requirements!

It's a flower, not something to be feared.

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That's it! You found it! Thank you!
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Great story! All the best to your daughter! You both sound wonderful!
 Quoting: nutmeg


Thank you!

She has worked so hard. She was drum major her senior yr of high school. I just wanted him to know how much it meant to her and all of us.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77903829


What a wonderful story thank you for sharing it with us. I hope your husbands recovered and life has been easier for you all since then. Hope Patrick finds out what a blessing he was to your daughter.
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 Quoting: Anonymous Cowherder


That's it! You found it! Thank you!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77903829


took a little digging.

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Repeal the 17th Amendment and the Reapportionment Act of 1929!

Thread: First steps down the road to a return to the Constitutional Republic that we were intended to be.

Restore the Republic.

Thread: The Bill of Rights does NOT include age requirements!

It's a flower, not something to be feared.

cow - Moo!
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Thank you.

Several years ago I was at the end of my wits.
My husband was very ill and I had a daughter who wanted to play trumpet for the high school band. She started in 6th grade, so I bought what looked like a 1915 model trumpet from a guy at the gas station for $100. Boy was it rough. A member's dad worked on all the trumpets and kept piecing it together the best he could. Every day she would come home saying I can't play this trumpet anymore, it's falling apart. Until one day, it really did.
I couldn't even afford to rent one at the time. That's how tight things were. I was travelling two hours, one way, to see my hospitalized husband and a trumpet was the least of my worries. But it was her dream.

So, I thought, what the hell. It was in November or December that year, I jumped on GLP and prayed, "Lord, let someone here be our blessing."

Sure enough, before the day was over, a very kind person here named Patrick, had a beautiful trumpet he wasn't using and we worked out the details and he shipped it to our home. She cried, I cried. It was a great day. He asked for nothing in return, only that she play in good health.
All these years later, I want to thank him for his kindness and generosity that day.

This is her senior year in college. She's been playing for the greatest marching band in college football history since her Freshman year she's earned a spot on that field.

As a music major who has just applied to grad school, I wanted you to know that you made a life for that little girl you were so kind to have helped that day.
She still has the trumpet and it still means the world to her that a total stranger would care enough to do something that awesome.


Thank you again Patrick and your beautiful family, wherever you are.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77903829


Great story! Music is SO important, this warmed my heart
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Tears running down my face for real this time! What a beautiful story of kindness and generosity. Thanks for sharing.
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can't speak for OP, but that is the thread I remember! Thanks

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we only have each other. And that makes us rich.. . .

Wisdom in the man, patience in the wife, brings peace to the house and a happy life.
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 Quoting: Anonymous Cowherder


can't speak for OP, but it is the thread I remember! Thanks
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It is! That's the thread!
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Love stories like this!
 Quoting: ~kpm~


Her whole life changed because of that one used Yahama trumpet
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Thank you so much for posting this. Truly made my day! God bless everyone here at GLP!





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