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  1. What a wonderful tribute to your dad. It seems like it is such a important thing to do – look back and reflect on those who are special to us.

  2. This is so nice of you to write about your father. I like your tips and being appreciative is definitely one I need to remember – well that and being ready for a disaster :).

  3. I loved reading this. I think we can all relate to similar times growing up. My Dad and I weren’t together when I was growing up. My parents divorced, we moved out of state. Shortly before he died I went to see him, and he was helping his very elderly parents. I got the chance to let him know how proud I was of him. I am always thankful I did that, he died shortly after I did that.

  4. Kimberly, this is so beautiful! I love the ability to look back at some of our life decisions and realizing maybe they weren’t best at the time. I get a little sad when I think about some of the things I went through as a teen, and how I saw my parents. Makes me worry a little about what we’ll be going through with our kids. Hopefully they’ll come back around like we did 🙂

  5. I would thank my son. Since the moment he was conceived he has taught me to believe in the magic of miracles. He has also taught me to be a better version of me. Without him I would have given up a long time ago. He is my saving grace and my hero.

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