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Saturday, June 21, 2008 

Every dark cloud has a silver lining

It's a week since my father died, I'm busy getting myself ready for the funeral on Monday, if you can ever really be ready for such things.

It's been a bit of an emotional roller coaster, but it has brought my family closer together which is one positive aspect. Another, and something my mother in particular draws comfort from is the number of cards expressing sympathy, the support she's had from neighbours, friends and people who pass by the house. Terry was liked by everyone and his passing has affected a lot of people.

As a family we've moved forward a lot in a week. We are going to be alright.

My sincere condolence for your loss.

In times like this, it does bring the families closer.

I lost my newborn grandson on April, 27th of this year. His little body couldn't handle the stress of his new transplanted heart.

This brought our family closer.
I'm always telling my children that I love them....

Peace my friend...


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