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  1. Clairrissa says:

    I just loss my aunt and best friend a week ago, it was sudden and unexpected. 19 years ago (I was 17) I lost my dad in a car accident. Sudden and unexpected. Grief has been kicking my butt his week, but these reminders to be kind and gentle, and to remember tomorrow isn’t promised helps. Thanks for sharing your story.

  2. Lucia says:

    I lost my dad suddenly a month ago. Grief still comes in waves but besides missing him, the thing that usually brings me to tears is peoples’ kindness. My friends and family that check in, drop off food, text me to say they’re thinking of me, etc. Thank you for the reminder to be kind always.

    • Amanda says:

      Crushes my heart that you lost your dad when you were so young. I lost my mom on July 4th of last year to the exact sudden cause that took your Dad following a knee replacement. It was the greatest shock of my life. I know that grief is not to be compared. Thank you for sharing your story with us. I find it healing and important to never stop telling stories about her. Keep his laughter and stories alive. Flex on Cabe!

  3. Whitney says:

    Had to pull out the tissues for this one! Can’t believe that has really been 22 years. I have the worst memory ever, but for some reason I vividly remember your Dad. He was quiet, kind, and he really was at every game and every practice when we were playing baseball on the same team (back in the day when I was better than you at baseball—kidding!) Sending you a hug Cabe!


  4. Annie says:

    Beautiful tribute! Thank you for sharing. My mom is currently on hospice for her cancer battle. Your words resonate with me so much tonight.

  5. Bonnie says:

    What a blessing to be able to remember him that way, to remember the stuff that made him your dad, that made you love him, the stuff he probably worked so hard to be remembered by. He’s surely living the best life ever until you meet again❤️

  6. Vickie Webster says:

    I lost my dad a year and a half ago. I moved in with him to take care of him. He developed dementia and was not able to take care of himself. It was the hardest thing I’ve ever done but also special at the same time. Even though he didn’t know who I was half the time I knew he appreciated everything and he would do the same for me if the situation was different. He died at 96 years old and lived a good life. I miss him every day. I’m living in his home and I keep pieces of him all over to keep is memory alive. He is always in my heart and I was always so proud that he was my dad..

  7. Rhianne Palmer says:

    This really hits home for me. I lost my Mum 21 years ago to cancer when I was 18. I remember all of the little details as well. From the hospice nurses playing cards and me wanting to scream at them to save my Mum, to the exact text I sent my friends after she died. That day will be ingrained forever. Losing a parent at a young age is a trauma that stays with you forever. Do your find it hard to see yourself living past the age your Dad died? I find the closer I get to my Mums age when she died the more anxious I get. You lose that innocence that other people have thinking people live forever.
    Sending you lots of love from here in Australia. Your Dad would be so proud of you.

  8. Ashley Harris says:

    I lost my mom December 2nd 2021 and my mother-in-law January 12th 2021. My two girls had to go through both grandmothers passing away almost a month apart. God is a big part of our life so we just kept our eyes on him but it’s still so so hard. We have good days and bad days. But, God is still good no matter what we go through.

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