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First Anniversary of Dad's Death

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Today it is one year ago that my dear dad left me.  I went to his grave this morning around the time of his passing -- 6:35 am.  I put a rose & balloon there and "taked" to him.  I miss him terribly.  He suffered for several years with dementia, diabetes, etc.  I know he is not suffering anymore, but I wish he could still be with me but not suffering.  Altho I know that is not  possible.  I hope I did my best for him & always tried.  Well, I'm just hoping to get through this day.  Plan to stay busy. 

God Bless All,



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i know hun how you feel i am the same way, before my mom died she was so very ill for the last 13 years now i just dont know how she held on as long as she did..

i miss her so much she died just last year and its so painful .. all i can do is be so happy for her bc she in heaven with her loved ones and in a whole body that she earned dearly by bearing all of the trials and tribulations here on earth .. i just see her as kind of being a permanent vacation that shes not coming back from.. thats painful too bc shes not coming back, but at least shes happy and whole with Our Father in heaven ...

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