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My Dad is gone   Messages from the Heart

Started 4/12/21 by WeeSam (WeesamNZ); 3252 views.

I am so very sorry to hear of your dad's passing.  Whether it's expected or sudden, the grief felt at such a loss is devastating.  Please take care of yourself and your mom.  I lost my husband of 30 years a while ago and I still think of him every single day.  The struggle to go on is difficult after a long life together and patience, understanding and support are needed in abundance.  My heart and prayers are with you and your family.


From: SharpEye1


I am so sorry for your loss.  I am keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.  we're here for you whenever you're ready to come back on to the forum and your game.


Tammy27 (DoubleMsMom)

From: Tammy27 (DoubleMsMom)


So sorry for your loss, will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.

Debbie (Debbie1845)

From: Debbie (Debbie1845)



 I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved Dad.

Sending you and your family thoughts and prayers and hoping you find some comfort during this most difficult time. 

Please take care of yourself and each other.

We are all here for you!

Hugs ~ Debbie 


From: Honeyphan


WeeSam - I am so very sorry to hear about your loss. But am happy for you that you have that comfort, of knowing your father is in heaven with the Lord. Free from pain and sickness...

I pray for peace and comfort for you and yours...




From: LvlSlgr


WeeSam, I'm sorry to hear about your dad. You're right ... you're never prepared even when you're "expecting" it. I lost my father in 2003 and I still miss him. You will be in my thoughts and prayers. Take care of yourself and your family. We will all still be here when you're able to come back.


From: anglegirl70


I am so sorry for your loss.  I am sending prayers your way for you and your family.  I pray that God will spread His grace over you all and give you the peace that only He can.  God Bless all of you.

Di (amina046)

From: Di (amina046)


I am so terribly sorry my friend, to loose a parent is very hard and even when you know it is coming you are never prepared. Time is the only healer but does leave indelible scars. But these are scars that you will cherish and show with gratitude and great memories.  take care of yourself and let others take care of you too.


From: katiek2


I'm so sorry for the loss of your father.  I've seen a couple of really nice poems lately about missing someone after they've gone to the light.  Basically they say "grieve that you miss me, but let the memories of our time together keep your heart whole".  Prayers and gentle hugs coming your way.


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WeeSam (WeesamNZ)

From: WeeSam (WeesamNZ)


Thank you everyone for your kind thoughts. It has been both a difficult and an interesting time. I have barely had time to think about what it all means to me as most of my efforts are going in to supporting mum through it all. She is being very brave and stoic and carrying on, but every now and then she just breaks down. Then she pulls herself back together and on she goes. 

The family (both Dad's side and Mum's side) will start arriving here from tomorrow and I may be able to find some time to myself and leave mum in their care for a little while. 

The interesting bit is how family and people you haven't heard from in years are suddenly phoning to tell you how sorry they are, and what my dad meant to them. A cousin I haven't seen in 30 years rung out of the blue to tell mum that Dad had always been his favourite uncle because he had always had time for the kids, to play and teach music, and muck around with cars. Other people have also been phoning to tell Mum how much Dad had touched their lives, in ways Dad never knew. A young man at the funeral home asked to be able to assist with dad's funeral care because he knew dad when he as just a kid, and had been taught to play an instrument by him. He said dad was the only one who had patience with the no-talent kids, and never gave up on them, and he wanted to be able to give back to him, even if it was only the care he could give to him in death. Another man who had worked with dad many years ago had since started a catering business, and when we asked if he could cater the funeral he broke down in tears and said how honoured he'd be to help, and how much he had respected dad. 

Anyway, sorry for the big ramble.