What he said.
I haven't know Tam as long as Matt G. (no relation); I've been reading her, well, forever, and got a chance to meet her earlier this year when she was house-sitting at Castle Frostbite. Tam even had some nice things to say about your humble host, despite me doing my usual impression of a hummingbird high on crack. I then had the further pleasure of her company in Colorado last month, where I even got to shoot along side her for a bit (and she had the utmost in grace to not laugh hysterically at my pitiful attempts...)
She's a good person, and she's going through a tough time. I'd consider it a personal favor if you could stop over and drop a little something in her tip jar - I know I've asked for a lot recently, and I really appreciate it. Tell you what - I'll even pull the kilt out of mothballs for specific requests if that'll get you to help my friend out. I'm happy to do what little I can, even if it means another round on the swingset... ;)
In any case, please keep Tam in your thoughts and prayers at this rough time.
That is all.
Rimfire Designs is raffling off grips to raise money to help Tam.
For $5 you get a chance to win a sweet pair of custom grips for a 1911 or a Hi-Power. I've got both (reviews forthcoming, honest!) and they are very nice indeed. This is a nice thing he's doing.
In fact, I may dig into my own pile 'o' gear for something similar...