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To My Sister Pat My mind knows you are in a better place, where there is no pain. You are at peace, I understand that, I just wish I could explain that to my Heart,

Miss you so much! ♡

You Never Said Goodbye: A Poem About Losing a Loved One ~ Teach Me Genealogy I love you dad, and miss you so damn much

Absolutely the best poem ever. I made a picture frame with this poem and a…

Broken Chain - We little knew that morning that God was going to call your name. In life we loved you dearly, in death we do the same. It broke our hearts to lose you, you did not go alone; for part of us went with you, the day God called you home.

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everyone has their own puzzle, there will be ones where you do not fit, dont you ever dare make your piece smaller, just so you can live there a bit (Puzzle Pieces by Erin Hanson)

Quotes Death - Someone asked online how to deal with the death of a friend. This was an elderly man's answer -

This might just be the best thing I have ever read. When Asked for Advice on How to Deal with Grief, This Old Man Gave the Most Incredible Reply

Comfort - thank you McLady. this is quite lovely!

I love you so much Dad. Even though i haven't seen your face, or heard your voice for years, you are still such a big part of my heart.i feel like you are always with me. I miss you, but i'm never letting go. You're still my Dad. Death does not part,

Comfort - thank you McLady. this is quite lovely!

I love you so much Dad. Even though i haven't seen your face, or heard your voice for years, you are still such a big part of my heart.i feel like you are always with me. I miss you, but i'm never letting go. You're still my Dad. Death does not part,