Harry I met you at the car show in Pickens SC. You talked to me about your son passing away. Having recently lost my wife I understand some of your grief. I don't think losing my wife is as difficult as losing a child, but your family is in my prayers. The Lord has a way of healing all our grief and some day you we will see our loved ones again. Thank you for sharing your story with me. God Bless.
Mr. Sandlin, I met you last night at the Constitutional carry bill meeting. I am sorry I did not have more time to speak with you, but my head was spinning a bit and I had little time. Seeing your site here, and reading you poem, I can get but a very small sense of the grief you have suffered. I am sorry for your loss. It would me my prayer that amidst this wicked and perverse generation, at least this state, or even this county, would begin to turn the clock back and so, “no more.” I am weary of watching wickedness prosper in the name of personal freedom, which is really slavery. We need a strong sense of right and wrong, rooted in biblical principal, even for those who choose not to believe in faith regarding Jesus Christ. How else shall any society prosper or last? It can't. It won't. God help us. And may God bless your pain with His mercy.
10/8/2012 4:20:24 PM
Caiden L. Scalf
Harry, I enjoyed the conversation we had in my office when you were back visiting. Stop by anytime you return.
I met Mr. Harry Sandlin while near Gatlinburg. His wife took a picture of me and my family at a mountain overlook. Afterwards, he gave me a card that lead me to this website. I had no idea where it went but I decided to go to it anyway. I am sorry for your loss.