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September 11, 2020
September 11, 2020
September 11, 2020

My Dad Gary Geidel's memorial tree this 9/11/20
September 11, 2020
I can't believe I'm saying it's been 19 years. 19 years since I last saw your beautiful face. Often I stop and think wow is this my life? Was my Dad really murdered by terrorists? I can't explain that feeling. All I can really say is I wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy. As time goes on the pain of missing you gets worse. You have missed so many things. It's just not fair. A fireman recently told me being a firefighter's child is twice as hard as being on the job. That I survived all the lonely nights and holidays. His words really touched me. Guys you worked with said they would invite you out for a beer after work and you always said no you had to get home to Mom and I. We were so blessed to have a father/husband that loved us as much as you did.(still do) You were always my hero, you were a hard working family man. Always putting Mom and I first, making sure we had everything we ever needed or wanted while trying to make ends meet. Teaching me everything you could and loving me so much. That's what made you a hero. I miss the smell of soot when you would walk through the door after work, I miss making popcorn with you every night, I miss you reading to me until I fell asleep beside you, I miss never leaving you alone and always sitting on your lap, I miss you calling me Do, I just miss you so bad it hurts. You didn't give up your life but lost your life trying to save others and that made you an American Hero. A few weeks ago a firefighter's daughter told me that I'm your legacy. And I really felt that. I am honored to be your daughter. Once 9/11 passes it's still not over for us. Our family was ruined by terrorists and we have to live with 9/11 every single day. I love you with all of my heart and I will be missing you until we meet again my Dado
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