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January 22, 2009
Dad, its been 7 years it always feels like it was yesterday. I really miss you so much.My life feels different without you and mom. When mom left us to be with you I knew things would be different. Mom and you have reunited.Something I knew would happen.Dad and Mom, I love you both and miss you both, I miss the phone calls. There is not a day that goes by that I dont think about you both. Everytime I go to the graveside I hurt.I tell myself that you are together and happy. Please watch over my children, grandchildren and my brothers and sisters. watch over me and give me strength. Love you both, your daughter, Sweetie (Margaret)
March 30, 2005
A little over three years now and I'm eighteen already. I guess I'm a big boy now, but still I find myself wishing you could really be here. The fact is my curiosity and desire to always be there and give you a hand has never left me. Now, many times I find myself in need of your assistance. For Easter, we finally went to the country to work on our house. I finished installing that porch-light fixture for you. I didn't need any help either. I knew exactly how and what I needed to lay a waterline to my house, and I did that to. Of coarse, my dad and uncle Frank lent a hand. Air Conditioning and heating is what I've been up to lately, so thats where I learned how to do plumbing and electrical work.My teacher, Mr.Findley, took me under his wing about two years already. Now I work on just about anything that heats or cools for the fun of it. I still aspire to be like you. I can't see who wouldn't. And as time goes by, more questions arise. I come across problems that I know you could help. Although, with a bit of patience I still get it done. I realize it's not easy trying to walk in your shoes. I guess it's like you showed me the door and now I'm walking through it. I forgot to mention that I like to write and may people admire how and what I have to write about. I could go on forever, but I know you listen all the time. I just wrote this piece so others could see how I feel as well and how hard it is to forget. Yet, I'm not sad. You'll just continue to motivate me, because I can't wait to be respected and remembered like you. I love you Papu.
May 21, 2002
DAD ITS BEEN ALMOST 3 MONTHS SINCE YOU LEFT US. THERE IS NOT A DAY THAT GOES BY THAT YOUR NOT MISSED. I STILL CAN NOT BELIEVE YOUR GONE, BUT THEY SAY GOD TAKES THE BEST. DAD I LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU SO MUCH. EVERY WEEK I GO TO THE CEMETARY I SIT THERE AND WONDER WHAT HAPPEN AND WHY. FATHERS DAY IS COMING UP AND I AM REGRETING THAT DAY BECAUSE I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT FLOWERS. DAD I REALLY MISS YOU.
March 15, 2002
DEAR DAD NOT A DAY GOES BY THAT I DON'T THINK ABOUT YOU.YOUR IN MY HEART AND IN MY MIND. I MISS YOUR SMILE AND OUR CONVERSATIONS.EVEN THOUGH WE HAD TO LET YOU GO LOSING YOU WAS HARD.I STILL THINK THAT THIS IS A DREAM. BUT WHEN I GO TO MOMS AND YOUR NOT THERE I KNOW IT'S REAL. SLOWLY THE PAIN OF LOSING YOU WILL GO AWAY BUT THE MEMORIES WILL ALWAYS STAY. THANK YOU FOR BEING MY DAD.UNTIL WE SEE EACH OTHER AGAIN.
LOVE ALWAYS
March 09, 2002
My grandpa "PaPo" was the father I never had growing up and I thank God that PaPo was the one chosen to be my father-figure because he did a wonderful job. I remember every Saturday when I was little Mom & Papo would take me to Denny's for breakfast and then shopping. Even when I lived next door to them they would call me in the morning to see if I was ready. I felt just like one of his own daughters instead of just a grandchild. That is how special he made me feel. He also made my son Ray-Ray or as he called him "Prieto" feel special and loved him so much. I am glad that I was able to get a picture of the two of them together so that I can show Ray Ray who he is and tell him what a unique person he was to all of us. He never gave up on anyone and could be stubborn sometimes, especially when he was told not to drive anymore, he did it anyway cause that was the type of person he was. He was always determined to do something even if he knew he wasn't suppose to. I will always miss him, love him and of course never forget him. No one could ever forget or replace a person like Papo. I LOVE YOU!!!!
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