As I tell myself its time to deal with the loss of my grandfather. (For those who don\'t know he past away back in April.) I feel like I am ready to finally deal with it and I will be ok. Well today I was reading Nicholas Sparks new book Dear John, and in there there is a part where the character john says good bye to his dad and he knows it will probally be for the last time because his dad is ill. It hit me like a bus, and made me remember when the last time I said bye to my Pops and how I felt. Always hoping there would be one last time. I just started crying. I had no control over it. I quickly had to put a stop to that because I am at work and I can\'t be crying at work. (I was reading during my break.) I can\'t be doing this, getting upset over a book and the emotions it brings to me. Am I crazy becauase I feel like I am.
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