Just wanted to say thanks to all of you who had offered me words of encourangement when I learned my dad had lung cancer. My dad passed away this weekend and it has been incredibly difficult for me. He was a good sweet man and I will just miss the heck out of him..
see ya round and thanks again..
Condolence to you and your family Ms Chievous. My prayer goes out to all of you. It's hard to lose any of our parents and I can feel your pain. Hope you and your family are okay.
*HUGS* I am truly sorry for your loss but as many say now and will always say his suffering has ended and that he is in a better place and that is true. My love and condolences to you and your family sweety!
Wow!!! I'm so sorry to hear of his passing! I remember how difficult the news was for you. Sending love and hugs to you and your family. Please take good care. And yes, as Beth asked, how are you holding up? Hope you'll keep us posted as you're able.
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