Daddy, it is getting worse, I just cannot seem to move on. I don't want to go through the house, I don't want to get rid of anything you and mommy had. I just want to keep it all the way it is, and just not accept that you are gone. I keep asking why you had to leave, I still do not get any answers. You know that your grandson still asks for you. Dad he really wants you to come and see him, yes he is only two, but there are days that he still crys out for you. I want you back, I want your big hugs, I want your strength and resolve, I cannot do this alone daddy. I know I have my husband, son and my brothers, but they are not you. You helped me through mommy's passing when I know how much you grieved for her yourself, I need you now to help me through this, I cannot do it alone. I love you daddy.
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