понеділок, 8 листопада 2010 р.

My dad

It's been almost two weeks since I've lost my dad. It's been a really tough time for our family - his death was a huge shock to us.
And I know that I'm gonna be sad and devastated for a long-long time. But now a feel tne need to came back to my normal life. I think that by cruing my eyes out and torturing my soul by thinking of all thing he will never do or see I'm also torturing his soul.
Dad, I hope, that your spitit is now at peace and it became lighter than a feather. I hope to meet you one day on the other side. Rest in peace.
We will always remember you.

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He never liked posing for pictures, so I don't have lots of them/ But he always liked telling funny stories about his time in millitary, when he served in Greater Middle East, in Turkmenistan. So there're a few pictures of my very young dad ( I especially like the one with the camel - he'd send the identical one to his mother, my Granny with the inscription: "Wait for me - I'm on my way)). Later he came back home, graduated from medical university, worked at the hospital, saved many lives and met my mom.

2 коментарі:

  1. Hi there,

    I'm so sorry. Looks like your dad was an awesome guy. Take your time to grieve, though; it's better for you and I believe the dead understand, wherever they are.

    Best regards,
    poet

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  2. Marina, I am so sorry to read this. I hadn't realized, from your earlier post, that the loss had just happened that day. The pain must still be so terrible. I wish you and your family healing and peace soon, and the comfort of warm memories mingling more and more with the sadness.

    Your dad looks so handsome, in his uniform, boots, and sunglasses. And how wonderful that he was a doctor, helping so many other people lead longer, more comfortable lives.

    You are in my thoughts.

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