Well this is the day I was dreading.....the 1st year Anniversary Date of my Dads death. For the past few weeks, just the thought of this day sent me into a panic. The only thing I pondered on today was that it had actually been a whole year since I've talked, touched or seen my Dad. It was weird, I was sad and proud at the same time. Sad, that I miss him so much and Proud, of the daughter he created to get through it. My family has some though times ahead and with the courage and love my Dad taught and gave us, we're bound to get through that also. If any of you are involved in a prayer chain, could you please include my husband. His name is David, and was just diagnosed with Melanoma Skin Cancer. We go next week to have the stage determined. So any and all prayers would be greatly appreciated. Thanks everyone for all your support through this past year. Hugs, Marge
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