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You are such a light, Megan. In the midst of your sorrow you are a light. a light. a path. a way.


It is so hard to imagine what you are going through. I think it is impossible to know that kind of sadness without experienceing it. Our hearts continue to go out to you all and we think of you often. Please give our best to your mom and brother too. Let me know if there is anything we can do.


It's amazing how everytime I read your blog it seems as if I could have written the exact same words. (if I was as good at writing as you are) Sometimes I think I'm doing really good and then I look at something as simple as the kitchen light that dad helped me install less than a year ago and I break down. You're right, we just have to take it day by day and the Lord will help us with our burdens and sorrows.

Tell the butterfly and caterpillar I'll see them tomorrow.


Megan, there is NEVER enough time. There will never be enough photographs, or cards, or videos. However, there are enough memories. There is enough love for you to cherish. There is enough of God; of His love; of His comfort. Your dad has God's love. You have your dad's love. Your dad has the love of your family - he always will. It may never seem enough, but it is. I promise you that you won't forget your dad...his voice, his smile, his jokes, his "ways." I promise.

I am praying for you. "The joy of the Lord is our strength." It's hard to recall what joy is right now. I know. But it will come. You will feel your dad urging you to be joyful, to laugh with your children...his grandchildren. And you will. I am praying for peace in your heart. You have been so honest in your feelings, and there are times I feel as though you're telling my story. God is taking care of you and your family. Trust Him.

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