I am missing my dad terribly. He passed on April2...the day before my birthday. It is particularly hard, as I just lost my mom a little more than a year ago. I have no siblings, and was the primary caregiver for my dad, who was handicapped, yet sharp as a tack, and as sweet as can be at the age of 80. After mom died, we became particularly close, as I spent so much time with him. I also have alot of guilt, because I was in the hospital myself when he first was sick (just 3 days before he died). I had to sign myself out of the hospital (which was 3 hours away from home) so I could be with him when he died. I just made it. I still am physically unwell, and emotionally I am just a broken hearted mess. I am happy that he is now with my mom, but the selfish part of me just wants him to come back. My task at hand is to no clean out their house and sell it. My husband encourages me to get going and get it done, but I am just not ready yet. Thanks for reading my post....wishing all of you, all the best.
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