A Tribute To Pappy

by Barbara Collins
(San Bernardino Ca)

My dearest Pappy, my endless love.
Even though we were divorce when you left us I still miss talking to you. I am so depressed and lost. You fell from a four story building i feel like i fall and died with you.
I though and hoped that you would be with me us longer but God wanted you to come home.
I think about you all the time and all I do is cry and feel like when you died I died with you. I feel like I have no more life in me and just kind lost at times....
Our daughters are missing you ever so much and as long as we keep busy busy busy than than its seems okay but as soon as I am not busy I cry and cry and get more depressed..
I miss our talks and laughs we had over the phone...
and calling you at 300 in the morning even thou we were 3 hrs difference. Everybody misses you Pappy soooooo much but I know that I will see you in heaven skating cause that's what you loved to do. and knowing this..you will always be
my Endless Love
Thank Pappy for the wonderful years that we did share..
Love Always
Barbara Collins

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Mar 30, 2013
A Tribute to Pappy
by: Doreen U.K.

Barbara I am sorry for your loss of your precious Pappy. Your beloved who you shared many years with and raised daughters with. Even though you say you were divorced you seem to have had such a rich relationship that has left you terribly broken.
I lost my husband of 44yrs. almost coming up to 11 months ago from a deadly cancer. It hurts so bad to lose someone so precious from our life.
Like you say when you are busy you don't feel the pain so bad. It is when you are resting that you feel the grief more. It is best to keep a balance between work and rest and not be so busy so that you don't feel you grief. It will only catch up with you later and be that much worse.
We can't escape our grief. It is sewn inside us in the mask of LOVE AND DEVOTION. We don't even have to try. Grief is just there working it's insidious pain that breaks us in two. One day we will all find our way back from this valley of grief. But it will take a long long time. None of us knows how long our grief will last. We just know that it will. I hope that in time you will find your way back to some normality as you find it.

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