my dad passed away august 14, 2007 at 5:31 am. in my arms. took his last breath and his heart stopped while i held him and sang on or our favorite songs in his ear. i couldn't believe it. shock, devastation, confusion, denial, etc. the list goes on and on. those are the things that at that very moment i felt. and still feel. my father was an alcoholic. he lived with his addiction for over 27 yrs. he was my best friend. he made me laugh all the time. he was the best guy to have around. loyal. for yrs it was an on again off again relationship. he remarried and had a son, and never gave up drinking. thru my adult yrs i tried to rebuild a relationship and 7 yrs ago i did. and now he is gone. i can't even finish this right now because it hurts. i just don't know what else to do
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