I am so sorry that your little Cramer is gone.
And now it's five years since your dad left. Five years is sometimes a major milestone, so I am wondering how you feel about it and if you have any special plans to remember your dad that day.
Can you tell us a little bit about him?
I wish he would have known just how much people loved him and all he had to offer. I wish I would have been a better daughter and been there more often to remind him of that.
Cali, so nice to hear from you. I have taken comfort in seeing that you are still present here time to time. I hope you are well.
Much love to you both
I also feel sad the same support isn't here the same way as when I needed it. I honestly think the wise, compassionate voices on this forum kept me going.
I am glad you have reconnected with your sister- I remember how difficult that was for you. Post suicide, some relationships never survive in the new normal; some look different. Hang on to what we value I guess...
I'll like you for always.
As long as I'm living,
My baby you'll be.
- so true, so well said. Will always be close to my heart, all of you.cmarie wrote: It was like seeing an old friend that I had been through the trenches with - you too Cali.
I remembered this dates significance, Liam's birthday, when I got notification of your reply. Thinking of you and yours cmarie. Hope this year was gentler than the last x
Thank you for telling us about your daughter. Your description of him was so good, I could almost picture him.
Your comment that you wish you had been a better daughter: My guess is that you were a wonderful daughter to your dad. You loved him.You admired him. You were his child. That's all you need to be the daughter he wanted and needed.
Love and peace,
Karyl, mother of Arlyn