My heart goes out with you,enjoy those beautiful memmories !God in some ways always supporting us from heaven .We lost our grandma last December , she was our icon ,she was 92 or 94 years old.Still in my heart and once a while i just go to my garden to remember how she thught me to plant and grow everything ....from flower to vegies.I have great memories about her.Xo,Xo,Xo
Thank you for your kind words Luna! I'm sorry to hear of your grandmother's passing. No matter what age, it's still difficult, but it's nice to know she lived such a long life! It's a reminder to live every day to the fullest. (HUG)
thinking of you Laura!, hang onto those great memories, and they will see you through. God blessed you with a special Dad.I understand, it's been 2 yrs since mine passed away.hugs Grace
Grace, Thank you so much for such a kind message. I'm so sorry to hear of your loss as well. I think there's a special understanding amongst people who have lost a parent. I never really understood until it happened to me. As sick as he was towards the end, it was still a big blow. Thank you again for the support and hug - I'm a hugger, so here's one back to (you)!
I understand how you feel. I lost my dad over 27 years ago. I was 23 years old. He was a great dad growing up and I was just beginning to get to know him on an adult level. It is hard to believe that it has been over 27 years. In some ways, it seems like it was just yesterday. I'm happy for you that you were able to get to know your dad as an adult with many great memories.Time really does help to ease the pain a good bit.
Sheila, I'm so sorry you had to lose your dad at such a young age. Life is so precious. When you lose someone, it really puts it all into perspective. Thank you so much for sharing your note.
that's a beautiful way to put it laura, 'think of happy times and remember him there'.i am lucky to still have both my parents, but have had a tough year of loss with passing of my godfather followed quickly by my sister-friend. been missing them terribly. but i do laugh and smile when i can hear her laughing in my head, or hear him calling me pammy.it's all about remembering the happy times and them there.sorry for your loss. love your dad's cheeky grin.
Thank you Pam. What a rough year, right? My Dad had a great sense of humor, and he worked so hard for us. I'll always remember those kinds of things. Hope you can too. (hug)