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  •  My Story is a lot like yours. (2+ / 0-)
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    Ms Pris, Grabber by the Heel

    I would disagree, however, with Yamaneko2. I think the most personally honest thing you could say to your Dad is:

    "I'll always love you, Daddy!"

    These words are so obviously true, from the intensely personal and profound diary you have written. Say them to him. Write them if you must. But, from what you have written, I believe them to be both true and sincere.

    If you never speak again, let those ring in his ears, his mind, and his heart. It may do him some bit of good. It will change your world. Whichever path you choose will be alright. Not best. Not easy. Perhaps, not without seemingly insurmountable obstacles.

    But, alright.

    My best thoughts, wishes and prayers to you in this most difficult time. Good luck on your journey.

    Nurse Kelley says my writing is brilliant and my soul is shiny - who am I to argue?
    Left/Right: -7.75
    Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -4.51

    by Bud Fields on Fri May 18, 2012 at 11:56:24 PM PDT

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