You can always replace possessions, family comes first.
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Amen kennyt,My fiance just went back to thailand because of bipoler manic depressive issues that nobody felt was necessary to tell me,she wouldnt take medicine.getting through to the family is next to imppossible,never had a chance to say goodbye. I have been through some tough stuff(brothers passing from cancer)but man.Just got new sim cd player.Just kinda dont have it for the hobby right now i guess,You truly dont know what you have till its gone.
I admire you in your unselfish way of sacrificing in order to help your brother's wife. I'm sure that you will be blessed with another pair of your favorite speakers in due time. When my wife and I were going through some tough financial times a few years ago, I sold my entire system. She didn't want me to because she knew how much it meant to me, but I told her that our family came first. Three years later I have finally replaced it with a much better system and paid less money overall. I do hope that your sister-in-law gets well soon.
I'm very touched by your message and really feel for you and yours. It makes you sit back and realize just what's most important in life. I just had surgery myself 3 weeks ago and I thank God above everyday for getting me through it. It's no picnic. Hasn't medical insurance covered most of the cost for your sister-in-law? How's she doing? My heart goes out. I will say that my sound system has helped me a great deal through my recent recovery so it's not just a hobby. Music heals !! God heals. You will be blessed in the long run for what you're doing. Someone will definetly purchase your equipment. All the best.