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April 05, 2014
Your Great Grandaughter was born April 2, 2014. She shares Jason's Birthday. I hope and pray she has a mix of both your personalities. I think of you every day! Love you Dad!
January 21, 2014
It has been one year since you were taken away...

Thoughts and memories of you surround me, touching my heart and soul and I miss you.

Rest in Peace My Dear Father
October 24, 2013
There are days when I need your advice, your ear, and your ability to "ground" me... Today was one of those days. I talked out loud to you, I cried to you, I told you how much I missed you... I prayed that you were watching and could hear me. I prayed that you were safe, happy and golfing somewhere in heaven or wherever it is that we go. You were taken way too soon Dad! My heart aches when I can't hear your voice... There is so much to tell you... I'm gonna be a grandma and frankly really wish you were here to give me hell and tease me about it. I miss you Dad andI still need you here.
June 15, 2013
To My Dad on Father's Day

I didn't get to say goodbye…

I would have said so many things to you.

I would have hugged you tighter that day you said “I'll see you in a couple days”…

I would have told you that I still love you like a little girl loves her daddy when she is five.

I would have told you that I'm glad you were hard on me, and that it prepared me very well for this cold hard world. But I would have also told you that I know you had a heart of Gold.

I would have told you that your words and actions gave me the courage to demand respect, that I did learn how to “use my voice” and not cower or be afraid of anyone. (Although, you already knew that… and at some point probably wished you wouldn't have taught that lesson so well!)

I would have told you that you taught me to go after whatever I wanted with passion and confidence, and that it worked! And I was always grateful for that advice!

I would have told you how much I enjoyed spending time with you, especially in these last few years, as our relationship grew stronger, and that I respected and valued your opinions, advice, and the time we had together .

I would have told you that I got a kick out of your multiple personalities, and that I used to tell everyone you were the male version of “Sybil”.

I would have told you that, even though it drove me crazy when you said it, I always felt a glimmer of pride when you told people I was the female version of you.

I would have told you that I hope I made you proud.

And Dad…
I would have told you Thank you… Thank you for helping me grow to be the strong Woman I am today!

Wherever you are, I hope you know what is in my heart. Happy Father's Day.
I MISS YOU SO VERY MUCH… “MAN!”

Your Loving Daughter
February 27, 2013
I think of you every day...

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