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GingerM 09-26-2020 07:57 AM

The anniversary dates
 
It's been 6 years and 3 days since my Dad died at the Oregon Pen.

While it doesn't have that gut-wrenching sucker punch that it used to, the day is still a difficult one for me.

There are so many things I wish had been different. There's no changing the past, and had my Dad been born as a Millennial, he probably wouldn't have ended up in prison because he wouldn't have had to hide being gay.

I don't really miss him anymore, but I do still love him, and I still feel the loss. Anniversary dates suck.

sidewalker 09-26-2020 09:14 AM

Yes they do. wow, 3 years already. :(

GingerM 09-30-2020 09:38 AM

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wow, 3 years already
6 years. It feels like a lot less than that though.

sidewalker 10-02-2020 06:56 AM

sorry about that. I mis read the 3 days. duh.


I cant believe its 6 years! It sure does not seem like it.

patchouli 10-02-2020 08:27 PM

Ginger, I'm glad the pain isn't as sharp. It will eventually become more of a sadness that waxes and wanes between bouts of happier memories.

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GingerM 10-03-2020 08:08 AM

Most of the time, I don't notice it anymore. But on those anniversary days - it comes back. Sometimes with a time delay :(

Given that he died of cancer, which he would have died of whether he was in prison or not, I'm glad that he got to "steal" 7 years back from DOC. But it's still a hard day. And there are always all those unanswered questions. I've gotten better at accepting that I will never have the answers to them, but they're still there.


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