(((HUGS))) and I don't think you ever truly get past that. It'll get easier at times, but then things will happen, like Father's Day, and you'll suddenly want, need and miss your dad, and hurt just as much as when he first passed away. It's sweet that your hubby offers up his dad, but nobody can ever take the place of your dad.
Your post made me cry...and now, I'm angry at you for doing that because the sunscreen is stinging at my eyes! :)
Your post made me think of my late grandpa. I really feel for you, soarnangels (and I'm crying again!).
This is easier said than done, but really try to forgive your dad for what he had done to you in the past. There must've been a reason, though, of why he wanted you to be there with him during those final moments of his life.
You're not alone in feeling this way during the holiday.
I offer you no good advice, but I send to you big ((((HUGS)))).
There isn't much I can do to help you feel better, but know that all of us have someone in our lives that we dearly miss!!!
so sorry.... this not wasnt meant to make anyone cry but me and it didnt work so well on this side of the keyboard.
Celests' post made me think about the relationship I have with my Dad and to be honest, it's not the best.
Hey to all those i made cry.. I AM SO SORRY ABOUT THAT IT WASNT THE REAL INTENTION for this
up tp te point of the puter powercord frying out on me.. it was ok... i was distracted easily enough to just let it slip by,