The best man in the world

by Jeffrey
(Atlanta, Tx)

My dad died when I was 9. He didn't even get to say bye because I was at a baseball tournament and he was getting ready to come to it. My mom found him on the back porch face down. Heart attack never got to say bye. <\3

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Oct 25, 2012
No Life without Mother and No charm in life without Father

I lost my mother when I was six years old. I could not weep on the death of my mother. I was unable to understand that my mother in deep sleep was never awake. the female friends of my mother were taking me in their hands and kissing on my cheeks and forehead. My father was reciting Quran Sharif near the bed of my mother. As I grown up, I felt that some very important thing is missing in my life and that is MOTHER. The life without mother is just like a part of machine having no feelings.
My father, the world's best man given us full attention, although he had second marriage but never made us feel to be alone. The meaning of achievements can't be understand without the appreciation of FATHER. AsI don't know the feeling of my mother after achievements but after the death of my father when I was fifty two years old , I came to know that FATHER is the only person who really happy on your achievements and tell others about your achievements.Now the life is so bored & having no charm.I want to make a "Trust" for the children who lost their parents one or both in the early age and share their achievements and love.

Dec 27, 2011
same thing :/
by: Anonymous

im so sorry..i know exactly how you feel. i lost my father at 9 to a heart attack. he was getting ready to come home from work. i hadn't seen him in many days because of school and him working,i know its very hard. and we'll never get over it but it does get better. nd these stories really help you feel not alone. :) God bless.

Nov 01, 2011
by: Anonymous

Three months ago I lost my mother to pneumonia, she got sick for a week and after two days she passed away. I guess I'm still in shocked and denial stage because I still cannot believe it. She was my world and I owed her so much. I'm graduating from university next year and she won't be there to see it, after all the pain and suffering of helping me further my studies she won't be there to see it, life is unfair.

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