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May 19, 2010

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linda

that was beautiful. i have tears swelling in my eyes. wow...so, so glad that you had the chance to see inside to the real heart of him. sounds like a gentle, sweet man...on the inside. what a nice memory to cherish.

so sorry for your loss...

Ali

I'm so sorry to hear about your father-in-law. At least Darren was able to spend some time with him before he truly passed on. You're right, its amazing what you find out about people. We found out that my memaw was a QVC shopaholic, she had a whole room of unopened packages. I'm glad that you discovered the true depth of his love for you all. Even if he was no longer there to say the words himself. You guys will be in my prayers.

Victoria C

We lost my Grandad 2 months ago. He was 94 and cranky. He didn't just start being cranky at 94, he'd been that way forever. As he got older he did mellow a bit, and every now and then we saw a softer side to him. Why do they not show that side until it is too late for us to love them that way? My prayers are with you and Darren and your beautiful kids. Let's not allow our boys to grow up hiding who and what they are.

Crystal

I'm so sorry about your father-in-law. Your words are truly touching. It looks like he really loved you all and will be watching over you from heaven. Blessings, Love, and Prayers.

Ali

Someone at Hallmark read your story, theres a new commercial similair to this story.

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