My father passed away some years ago, and I think of him often. He loved history and boating. He was a man of many hobbies, crafts and loves. I now know that it was because in had an insatiable desire to learn. He liked having a full understanding of everything he tried. As I have […]
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Every generous act and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights;—James 1:17 HCSB I am sitting here listening to my wife sleep. She just came from surgery that will have healed her from terrible pain that inflicted her 3 weeks out of every month. At times, great and debilitating […]
Pops and myself. on Flickr. I miss my dad quite a bit.
Fixing a door knob/lock. His mannerisms remind me of my father. The way he would look at something infront of him. Something to solve. Something he could master.
I miss drinking coffee with my father. His favorite was Starbuck’s French Roast. Black.
I was looking through a log book that my grandmother keep of my father’s first years. My father was born on Feb 25th. The first time my grandfather changed his diaper was 35 days after he was born. I think the first time I changed any of my children’s diapers was hours after their birth! […]
Miss you Dad. Can’t wait to see you online again.
Today is the second anniversary of my father’s passing. Two years. I feel as though ten years has passed. And in other ways, it feels like it was yesterday. I can say that the pain and grief doesn’t subside. It is always there. I was speaking with someone today who is a new father. He […]