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At least I knew. He won't.

by marymc on November 25, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


When I said goodbye to Dad, I knew I'd never see him again. It was a life defining moment. My brother has to go back to work, after taking the last 3 weeks off. He has to travel. I know it's killing him, because he may not get that moment, that moment when he knows it's time to say goodbye.

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