My dad continues to amaze me.
In each moment, throughout his grief, he has always been thoughtful of who he needs to say thank you to. He has exemplified gratitude through taking the time to express his heartfelt thanks.
With editing help from myself and my sister, my dad managed to get this thank you into this mornings paper. Incredible!
The hardest part of this process was that he was afraid he would forget to thank someone.
Today, I am feeling sad but filled with gratitude for all my people in PG, Williams Lake, Summerland,Calgary, Edmonton, Vietnam, Kamloops, Kelowna, Spain, Germany, Cowichan Bay, Dawson City, Vancouver Lumby, Coldstream and here in Vernon where I currently row my boat of grief.
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Thanking is a way to show that you took it to your heart. Thank everything that God gave us. It’s His true love.
I pray His face would shine upon you this day. Thank you for your comment.
God bless you.
May God give you all the truth and happiness.
People of the world are thinking and praying and sending strength to you and your family.
Just love you Sylvia!! Thanks for all your encouraging words here and on FB. Thanks for the heads up on the Brenda window. She has been photographing our family for 13 years and was a huge support for our family. Like you!! Good people!!
Aww that’s lovely. I put a very similar entry into our local newspaper after my Mum died and like you, was terrified of leaving someone out.