Dear Donna, thanks for sharing your "Daddy" and our Father with all you touch. Bless you always.
Love you, Jackie and Jim <><
Published By Jackie and Jim (firstname.lastname@example.org) - May 28 2008 17:33:44 Thanks for sharing this with us Donna. It`s an inspiring message of love and togetherness with a lovng family. All pictures of God`s love for His family on planet earth.
God bless and comfort you during the lonely moments.
Published By Kervan (Chalmerspecialkk@aol.com) - May 26 2008 18:39:14 Hi sweetie,
What a wonderful tribute for your dad. I am quite certain that he is aware of your tribute and your love. He sounds like he was a wonderful earthly father. How awsome to know that he is with your heavenly Father as I write to you.
God Bless you and Darko, my dearest friends.
Love ya so much.
Published By Sally (Sally_Matthews@cargill.com) - May 22 2008 21:34:16 Oh sweet sister, this was a beautiful tribute to your dad!!!!! Really
touches my heart and others. I went through the same emotions with my dad also, back in 1992. I was very close to him. It hurts to see our parents go down hill like this. My dad came to know the Lord too. I felt because I was an adult in my 40`s I would handle it well. I cried my heart out for at least 2 to 3 years. Now I look back at the happy memories....tears fill up my eyes now and then, but nothing, like the gut wrenching pain I felt in my heart years ago.
Published By Norma-Jean - May 21 2008 12:5:37 That is beautiful Donna .
I too thought the world of my Dad but he left us too soon . He was 68 . The grandchildren adored him and have many good memories .
We were blessed werent we ?
Take care and God Bless
Published By Bernice (email@example.com) - May 21 2008 11:40:35 Donna, that was beautiful, what a wonderful tribute. How is Darko`s Mother doing? We think of you often. Belle
I was really touched by the tribute to your dad. It is making me be more appreciative of all of my family. I know that we are not promised tomorrow...any of us. Often times, it takes tragedy and loss for us to wake up and live differently. I think that your article will cause many people to wake up and appreciate those whom they love...before they have to suffer a tragedy or loss themselves. That should be a message that they are grateful to receive, because they can hear the lesson without paying the heavy price.
Your dad must be smiling from Heaven. I did not realize that you were an only child. That is more responsibility for you...all along life`s path. Your article reflects such hope, and I think that it will bring comfort to those who have already suffered loss. And, there is a great spirit of peace that radiates off of the page, even though there is sadness in your heart. People will want to re-read that article to get all of the wisdom out of it. It is powerful on many levels.
I think the last paragraph, most of all, will please God....an altar call, I guess I would say...a written altar call...gently tucked in at the end of a most wonderful tribute to someone so precious to you.