Thank you.

Thank you all so much for your generous and sympathetic comments on my last two posts. You made the day so much more bearable for me and I will not forget it.

Sincerely,

Kat

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9 thoughts on “Thank you.

  1. Oh Kat, your last two posts are such a moving tribute to your Dad. I could barely read them through the tears. I have lost both my parents now; my dad passing away five years ago. I posted Dylan Thomas' 'Do not Go Gentle Into That Good Night' on his anniversary in October.You can never truly get over bereavement but the loss of a loved one becomes easier to bear with the passing years … Take care and God bless you.Jeanne x

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  2. Papa died of cancer in 1983 when I was 29. I never did get over the sorrow of losing him. I went crazy at first, had an awful couple of years thinking no one would ever love me unconditionally again, and proving it. This year on his anniversary of passing, I thought of him with love as I lived through the day with my loving husband. It gets easier to bear, amen.

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  3. I too was sorry about your sadness on the anniversary day of losing your father. I wasn't close with my dad so oddly enough, I rather envy your deep feelings. But – a little belatedly – I do send my condolences and congratulate you for writing so beautifully about your feelings and memories.

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  4. Dear Kat,Thanks for sharing the anniversary and your feelings with us. Those of us who've lost loved ones can relate, and as I've said before, grief can allow a person to gain perspective and focus on what is important.

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  5. As you probably know I have been away for a few days so didn't see your last three posts until I returned. I notice you mention in one how your father had a love of words and how he passed that on to you. He certainly did and you have ended up with a gift that I am sure will have made him very proud indeed.

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