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From the Memorial Garden

 

 

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Sun, Jan 06 12:00 AM

From the Memorial Garden

 

To my Step Dad who passed away in January 1986: We lost you many years ago and yet your memory is still vivid with us. I still feel loved by you; I still feel how proud you are of me; I still feel your protective light. I wish you could know how well you loved us; what a fine man you were and how often we tell stories,  laugh and admire you. I miss you terribly sometimes. I'll be over to the cemetery in a couple of days and talk with you some more. Or talk to myself. Or both.

 

It's amazing though to me, how even in death, long after death, perhaps forever, we shield and uplift the people we have loved. Thank you so much for that.

 

In remembering those who have passed, do we shield and uplift them? It seems a good thing, to know we will be remembered. Though, I wish you were not gone, at all. I'll try to do something extra good today; extra smart or extra loving, in your name.

 

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