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To think that I will never again hear your wicked laugh, listen to your stories about all the things you got up to and talk to you again is just more than I can bear. But I know that although you have now left this world, you are still with me and all your family in spirit and that you will watch over us.facebook status http://www.rentiantang.net/
You are my hero, you are my children's hero and I love you, Dad. I love you so much.
Dad, you have always been there for me. You have never judged me, you have never said: "I told you so."
You have always supported me in everything I have ever done, even when perhaps you did not understand. I am so proud that my Dad has always approached life as though the glass is half full, rather than half empty and I have learned from that.
Dad, you have always had faith in me, even when I have lost my own faith in myself and I know that there is nothing that my Dad would not do for me.
Your dedication to Mum as she slips into her own twilight world, just affirms the great person you have always been and what a wonderful role model you are to my four children, who all adore you. I am so grateful for the example you set to my son and your grandson on how to be a devoted husband and adoring father.
You do not believe in religion but you are probably the most Christian person I have ever known. And I know that in your village you will be so sorely missed. As we will all miss you so much.
Father, Dad, Daddy, Pop, Pa, Papa - many different names for many different people, but whether it is "I love you Dad", "I love you Daddy" or whatever it is your child calls you, those words will always mean so much.
It's funny how a father's wisdom increases as their child gets older!
4 years: My Daddy can do anything!
7 years: My Dad knows a whole lot
8 years: My father does not know quite everything
12 years: Oh well, naturally Father does not know that either
14 years: Oh, Father? He is hopelessly old-fashioned
21 years: Oh, that man-he is out of date!
25 years: He knows a little bit about it, but not much
30 years: I must find out what Dad thinks about it
35 years: Before we decide, we will get Dad's idea first
50 years: What would Dad have thought about that?
60 years: My Dad knew literally everything!
65 years: I wish I could talk it over with Dad once more
my dad is my hero. I'm never free of a problem nor do I truly experience a joy until we share it. I need him to know when I am hurting. I need him to know when I'm happy. I need him to know to hear me.
It's a wonderful feeling when your father becomes not a god but a man to you - when he comes down from the mountain and you see he's this man with weaknesses. And you love him as this whole being, not as a figurehead.
If I wanted something from my father, I would put my little feet together pigeon-toe style, tilt my head and smile. I got what I wanted every time.