Thank You, Sir

Staring just around his stroke, about a year and a half before his eventual death, I never left my father for the night with out saying “Thank you, Sir..  Thank you for everything.”    I wanted him to know, just in case I didn’t see him again.

Turns out that even they stylistas agree with this choice.

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/30/fashion/finding-the-words-or-not-to-say-goodbye.html?hp&pagewanted=all

Having been with both my parents when they died, expressing gratitude and/or love seemed the only choice.

But then, isn’t that always the right choice?

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