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  1. Patti Browning

    What a beautiful post. My dad had had a heart attack and a quadruple bypass but he’s still a smoker and he doesn’t watch his weight — he just wants to do what he wants to do and enjoy his life on his own terms. I wish he’d do better, but then I think that he’s just doing what I would want to do with my life, live it as I choose. I think I hear the same thing in your words. But your dad continues to live in your heart. More and more these days I think about what legacy I would want to leave behind and I think that’s it. I want to be remembered. I think your dad, even though his life was shorter than most, still has that good legacy.

  2. Granny Pam

    Thanks, Patti.

  3. Karen

    Pam, I can relate on some levels with your post, Missing Dad. My was killed in December of 1967 in a construction accident. He lived about an hour after the accident. I have alot of “wishes” as you do, he never lived to walk me down the aisle for my wedding, he never met my awesome husband, my children or my grandchildren. But he lived his life as he wished – and that was what made him the person he was. I think of him often – and I’ve shared him with my family thru my photo’s and my memories.
    Great post!
    Karen

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