Especially when life throws nothing good your way, only your Dad would know how to talk to you, reason with you and give you all the reassurance in the world.

Our Presence: The Gift That Really Matters to our Children

I think this many times, and I still talk to him...just wish he was here to keep up his side of the conversation ;)

Dad always gave me good advice whether I actually listened as I should have or not. He would warn me about the bad guys (should have listened) and push me to be better and do better. you Dad

Sometimes you cry: especially when alone for no one to see. I miss my mother so much, it takes my breath away. :(

How can I not cry for the most important man in my life, the first man I ever loved. I miss you Daddy and think of you daily.

I miss my dad. I often wonder what he would think of his granddaughters and all these great grandkids!!!!!

Woosh - bad grief day - coming in waves today! Not sure if my luster of life will ever come back!

On the darkest days....and I straighten my crown✌

On the darkest days.

On my darkest days and I feel lonely or sad I straighten my crown and tell my self who's daughter I am it doesn't matter what others think or say but I know that I'm gods eyes I am loved and I am his princess 💜

The most important pin I have ever pinned.  I know exactly what I'll do with this poem.

I think this is military, oh well simple Expressions - Prayer For My Dad plaque

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Now that you have left us We must be strong on own You'll never know how much you're missed Thanks for being MY dad I will always love and miss you until you come back again.

Angel Dad* Memorial Jewelry* Memorial Keepsake* Loss Of Dad* Loss Of Father* Angel Wings* Guardian Angel* Memorial Gift* Sympathy Jewelry* - pinned by pin4etsy.com

Angel Dad* Memorial Jewelry* Memorial Keepsake* Loss Of Dad* Loss Of Father* Angel Wings* Guardian Angel* Memorial Gift* Sympathy Jewelry*

When you're facing a new normal after the death of a loved one, it's reassuring to hold their memories close. Pinned by www.discoversevenstones.com

When you're facing a new normal after the death of a loved one, it's reassuring to hold their memories close.

I wish people understood the unique experience of grief and loss that comes with Alzheimer’s. My dad was 63 when he was diagnosed, and we’ve been living the loss of him for three years now, even though he is still in our presence. I can still hold my dad’s hand, but I miss him every day.”

33 Things People Affected by Alzheimer's Wish Others Understood

Alzheimers is a nasty disease. It kills people while they are still alive. It forces people to grieve the loss of a loved one before they die. It robs a person of their memories, their ability to function properly.

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