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12 July 2009



Isnt is wonderful that we have our Almighty Father to keep us strong when we are weak and scared. So sorry about your dad but triple happy that he is better.


My father had a heart attack and stroke last year and he has recovered and is doing brilliantly. For us, it was a blessing in disguise as he is an alcoholic and he has not touched a drop since. You are all in my prayers, for what they are worth.


Mel I am hoping and praying your dad comes home and all will be restored to normal.
It is very difficult to loosed a parent, its a private anguish one needs to deal with and a sorrow one carries with them forever.

Just remember that no matter what happens, live does go on, your husband and children are strong and healthy and need to keep living.

I am hoping this time next week we will read a "pops happy at home" post.

keep your chin up....


Looking forward to reading a post about the cork being popped. Enjoy the bubbly!


Still praying all will be well soon.
I know how it is to loose your father and it's not easy,pray he's A1! very soon


You are all in my prayers so much. Holding out for that speedy recovery soon. I know it has been HELL for all of you. I am sorry for that.
Love Sue Poo


Very beautifully and wonderfully said. People like myself from all over the world are praying for your "Pops."


"God has Dad covered."
No, he has you and your family covered. :) I see this close-knit family and I see that your dad is still needed by you all, and it is a grace to you that he is kept. That same quote of yours applies to my own dad, when he was taken away last month. His work was done, it was time for him to be at peace and rest. And God had him covered and decided to take him home, even though it was painful to us all. I like to think that we can really only know God's will in retrospect. As I just told Tertia, take every moment, and hold it tight and treasure it - it is all a gift, sometimes we just realise it when there is the possibility of losing it. I hope and pray that your dad will be kept many, many years still, as a glue to this wonderful family of yours. All the best.


Good luck to you all, and can you save some champers for me, it makes me giggly - so silly!

I know Pops will be alright, he has to be.


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