I Think They Call This Grief

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8 Responses

  1. Casey, thank you for your honest! Grief is so hard. And I appreciate your words as you work through it all. Know that I am thinking and praying for you and your family. I know you will respond in your time. No rush. Love to you friend!

  2. Your thoughts about grief are beautiful, Casey, and honest. Many of us in this family, no matter how extended, are feeling much of the same abut your dad. I usually go through the day not thinking too much about him and then it will hit me again. I miss him, I miss the times I got angry at him, I miss what I learned from him every time I sat by him and chatted, I miss his honesty, I miss the times we laughed together and I feel the pain of losing him in my life. I admire you to be able to write how you feel. When I get hit with these “grief” feelings I tend to change the subject. Loving you! Aunt Susie

    1. Thank you, my amazing aunt. I love you and your words mean so much to me. You got me and my mom choked up when we read them. It means a lot. I miss all of those things too. Thank you for sharing. <3

  3. Casey,
    I can feel the rawness in your words. You have an awesome way of speaking, you know how to draw one in. Nobody will feel pain the same way you do, not even your brothers or mother. I have known your dad since I was 14 years old when he was my youth and choir director, I am now 54. I pray for you, Caleb, PJ and your mom just about daily. I honestly do want to know how you are doing and that if you need anything, because I am here for you always! I will see you on August 4th for the paddle out at Seal Beach. Sending you a great big hug!

    1. Thank you Dana. I’m so glad you got to know my dad for so much of your life. Those relationships meant so much to him. Thank you for your support and words. Aug. 4 will be a hard day, but a beautiful one.

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