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July 07, 2010


Sending you hugs and keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.

I'm sorry to hear about your are blessed to have had his love on earth as he has yours and that is something that never ends.

Aren't you glad you took a pic with him that day. Every photo I have of me alone with one of my parents is like a huge bonus to me. The end of your dad's life is much like the end of my dad's life. I'm so glad I was able to be around him when Hospice was there and to usher him off to his new ventures in the afterlife. I know how you feel.

That was very touching and I love how you celebrated his life w/ the photos...wishing you the very best.

Loved the picture above...reminded me of my own mullet in the 80s...and all the darn hairspray I used to keep it looking like that!lol

So sorry Jen but glad you had the privilege of being there for him. I did the same for my Mom 25 yrs ago and I still think of that time as such a gift. And wonderful idea to do the photos, you'll look at it time and time again. Hugs

Wonderful that you were there as he left this world. Didn't we all have mullets in the 80's?
Sounds like you have a lot of good memories to hold dear.
xo, suzy

So sorry to hear about your dad. Sweet photo of you two before the dinner! xo

Hello Jen, Thank you for your comment on my blog today! I am so sorry for your loss and hope that you will find peace and comfort during this time. What a beautiful tribute to your dad. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

i love dads! I'm sorry for your loss. But I'm so happy you have good memories and were able to spend that intimate time with him.

Thinking of you....


You are not alone.


It is amazing to spend the last moments with another human being. I did it with my brother, my Dad has passed 3 weeks prior. I'm cradling you gently with prayers, jen.

Dad's are someone we MISS till we meet again! Sorry for your loss but so glad you could be there with him as he passed

What a wonderful tribute to a wonderful man. He will leave a hole in our soul.

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