14 thoughts on “In memorium

  1. Thank you everyone. He was a good man, one who taught me far more than he ever realized. I kissed him one last time before we left last night. Not as a good bye, but as a “see you later.” I will miss him until I do.

  2. Troy, my deepest sympathies to you and your family.
    I believe you to be fond of C.S.Lewis, I hope this is appropriate for you.
    “But courage, child: we are all between the paws of the true Aslan.”
    Much love from this part of the world.

  3. I am so sorry to hear this T, I am sure he was a good man cause he had a kid like you. I love you so much and I hope that he is in a better place now.

    I have been praying for him. May his soul rest in peace.

    We will all be there some day and then we could all sit down and talk about June. Ok? :)

  4. One day, you will see him again T! I’m sorry though for your loss. I could only send my deepest sympathies and deepest condolence. I know it’s truly hard to lose a parent for I too have experienced that. My mom passed away last year, also in the time of June. But no worries, you guys will surely meet again in heaven! I’ll be praying for you and your family!

  5. Sorry for being rude kids and not replying sooner, but thanks again for your condolences – it’s deeply appreciated =]

  6. I’m so sorry for your loss. I always turn into a blubbering idiot during times like this (as well as many other times ;) ) so I wanted to find this little ditty by Emily D. to share with you.
    “The world is not conclusion
    A sequel stands beyond
    Invisible, as music
    But positive, as sound.”
    ~ Emily Dickinson
    Take care, t …

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