Thanksgiving is the time of year we get together with family and friends laugh, tell bad jokes and eat until we are about to pop.
The great smell of food though out the house, every kind of desert one could imagine.
That look on a small child’s face as they grab a cookie and run and everyone knows the children are having a sugar rush.
I will eat a few of my favorite things without counting the carbs. Last year I skipped my favorite things but this year I will get a few bites of them. I have come too far in the last year to screw it up now.
This is the time of year we are thankful for everyone and everything in our lives and we are grateful for the time we have with each other.
May you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Drive safely and be careful.
Two years ago today September 1, 2014, my dad passed away from adenocarcinoma. He had esophageal cancer.
It seems like yesterday when I was taking him back and forth to his chemo and radiation appointments. Taking him to the hospital for testing, going to the hospital to see him.
Even though they say time heals all wounds I do not believe that. I think the loss of a parent is hard no matter what your age is.
One day you wake up and realize you will never see your dad again, never get to say goodbye and most of all never get to say ” I love you” again. This is a day you will never forget because your life is changed forever.
The memories are all you have now. I love you Dad and I will never forget you.