Wednesday, February 03, 2010
It's coming up on April again, too soon for me. That's the month I lost my father in. I certainly Understand your post today.
Hugs... I know how you feel. I miss mine too!
Charles - I'm sorry. It's difficult, isn't it?One minute I'm going along fine and the next...boom! This too shall pass?Maybe not. But it will certainly get better with time.
Lois - Hugs back, dear.
That will be the song I want to listen to all the time when my Father goes Mimi. I'm thinking of you. x
Mimi, we had a loss in the family after Christmas.Good people leave a hole in the shape of themselves when they go.It takes a long tome for the world to fill that hole but there comes a time when you think of that person and find yourself smiling!
For what it's worth, I believe that you and your dad had the kind of relationship that went to deep to just be "gotten over." In a way, missing him is a real and ongoing tribute, isn't it? I just hope that, with time, most of the memories bring more joy and sting a little less.
It will be seven years ago this month that my father passed away and I still wish the very same thing.
I can certainly understand how you feel, because I lost my father when I was just a mere 6 years old. The song that comes to my mind when I read you post is Luther Vandross' "Dance With My Father." So appropo. Hugs sweetie.
Aklemalau - No one can sing it like he did. Others have tried, but no one does it justice.
Bazza - I'm so sorry to hear that. I didn't know. My sympathies.What lovely thoughts. Thank you.
Gal - I can't believe it's already been 3 months. Sometimes it seems like I'm still in that hospital room with him.Lots to digest at times. Thanks for your kindness.
Linda - Hugs to you, my friend. Seven years..wow..I imagine the loss never truly ever goes away.The world is just different now.
Jacqui - Returning them...
Mimi/Bobby - That song gets me every single time.
P.S. I'm sorry your father left you when you were six. So tragic.
Of course you miss him. I'm so sorry Mimi.
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