Don't feel too badly. I cry like a baby just thinking about my Dad (who has been gone for 16 years now). Don't even get me started on my mother, The Brown Recluse...Gah! There are some things we just never grow up about, you know? I just hope you know it's going to get easier. When I first started taking my beloved in-laws to their chemo treatments, I'd go back out to the car and cry while I waited for them. They've both been gone since 1997 and I'm still not over it, but it has gotten easier. It sucks & there's nothing we can do about it, but for me, writing & crying help, lol. And laughter at fun memories. Not many of those in my family, but hubby's family was like living in a fairy tale. Clutch & cling to whatever you can.
Just catching up with blogs - I'm so sorry you're going through this. I was in fifth grade when my dad had his first heart surgery, a quad-bypass and the first of six more heart surgeries throughout his life. Modern medicine is amazing and we're very lucky that there are so many ways to fix what it wrong!You and your family are definitely in my prayers! XOXO
AWWWWWWWW!!! Girl I hope it went good!
Your dad will be in my thoughts. As for the family issues, I have a feeling that I can relate rather well. :)
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