These four D’s that I talked about in my last post can bring us to our knees.
These gifts of grief can also help us rise into who we truly are.
This is what it’s been like for our Papa as he finds a new normal without his beloved wife after 52 years.
The partner Papa loved to share with and bounce ideas off of.
The woman who showered him with food love and a beautiful home.
The exceptional mother of his handsome boys.
The ever present Grandma of his five grandchildren.
Papa could have easily been brought to his knees but he truly has risen.
Going to many of the grandchildren’s events in the last three weeks.
Planning a funeral to honour his beloved wife and my mother-in-law.
Papa has poured out gratitude for everyone’s help.
He has poured out his heart in tears and given himself space to grieve.
May all people deal with grief like our Papa. He is a role model for us all.
Blessings poured over you, Papa, as you walk this journey. We, your fellow grief journeyers, are so proud of you.
2 thoughts on “Be a Papa Dealing with Death”
What a lovely tribute to Ron, your father-in-law and Linda, your mother-in-law. May God give you peace and love. ❤️ Beautiful children. Heartfelt sympathy to the family, Sheri & John Sheppard
Thank you very much Sheri and John! It has been quite a journey!