Father’s Day, personal post

Most of you probably wouldn’t know this, not unless you’ve been a follower of my blog since the beginning but I lost my dad to a brain tumour when I was six. He suffered for 4 years before he passed away and I miss him with all of my heart.

I wish I could have understood what was happening at the time. I knew it was bad and that other people’s Daddy’s weren’t like mine but I didn’t understand what it meant or that I wouldn’t have him around forever. I wish I could have made more out of the time that we did have together and made more memories.
One of the toughest things is not remembering him. I cant remember what his voice sounded like or anything about his personality. I do have some memories but I’d like more, well I’d like him back, but life’s a bitch.
Don’t really know what the purpose of this post is. Maybe to tell you to make the most out of the people that you love and never take them for granted :/
Big love to all fathers out there, near or far.
Love you Dad…

5 thoughts on “Father’s Day, personal post

  1. I also lost my father at a young age. Seeing everyone and their father's today makes it difficult for me because I wish I could make more memories with my father.
    Although we may not remember much, at least we do have some memories to take along with us. Let us hold on to that.

    Much love,
    Des
    Simple Charm Beauty

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  2. So sorry for your loss my friend. Losing a dad probably has to be one of the hardest things on a child. Hopefully the pictures from your youth include many of him to keep the memory alive!

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