Where I am now


Just a quick note before I move on to more important things:

There is a lot of sad things going on in my life at the moment, that is one big major reason I am not fulfilling the full potential of this blog with what I set out from the begining to do.

This will stagger on in this  sameway for sometime in the future, most of my Amateur Radio antics has been on hold for the last 18 months or so, I  see no light at the end of the tunnel.

Thanks to you all that visit,  I know you are looking in.





Steve, G1KQH, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from England. Contact him at [email protected].

13 Responses to “Where I am now”

  • Fabian:

    Good luck Steve, hang in there!

  • Ernie WB4LVA:

    If I had the fate of the nation with Brexit hanging over me & my countrymen for the last 2 years, I would be in the dumps too. Hopefully, this situation will be resolved soon. At least the rebuilding can commence.

  • Michael Parkes AB7RU:

    Steve
    I appreciate your being honest about the sadness, many try to keep it all hidden, so good for you for letting us know. I will be thinking about you! Best 73’s.

  • GORDON WEST,WB6NOA:

    Steve, all the best to you. Let us all know how you are doing! Can we help?
    gordo

  • Jim KD7EIR:

    Thanks for the honesty. Perhaps you could consider letting some of us help you with the blog?

  • Ted KK4LXY:

    It always darkest before the Dawn, theres always light at the end of the tunnel even if it a oncomming train. within all your memories there is a smile find it!

  • Tim 4X1ST:

    Thanks for the blog Steve. Always an interesting read. Hope things settle down for you soon.

    T.

  • Rick KE6LL:

    Hang in there, Steve! I hope things will work out soon. Keep an upbeat attitude, even if you have to fake it. That’s what I did when they told me I had cancer, and I’m still here! lol

  • Ger EI4GXB:

    Hope all goes well for you Steve, take care.

  • Michael WA5AZQ:

    Hang in there. Thanks for letting us know. Hope you start feeling better soon, Take care. 73!

  • Roger G3XBM:

    Try to stay positive. You have a LOT of good in you. Times are hard, but they will pass.

  • Ron W7HD:

    Having been through some major trauma this past year (I lost my wife of 54 years, and my attached-at-the-hip Sheltie, plus a couple of surgeries) I can relate somewhat. Just keep on keeping on – that’s how I get through the day. Hopefully, things WILL get better.

  • Don KM4DC:

    Steve,
    I look forward to reading your BLOG and wish you the best.

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