Getting Caught Up

Today is the first day in several weeks where there is absolutely nowhere that I need to be so I’m taking time to be quiet and  get caught up on some business.  Things are returning to normal or at least adjusting to the new reality.  I’m finding that the things I’m finding most difficult are the little things.  This morning I woke up and checked my email expecting to find a message from my dad about today’s Jets game; it was not there.  I’ve been watching the game in an old Jets jersey my dad gave me many years ago and trying not to think of the fact that he’s not at his house watching the same thing.

In other news:

I’d like to take this moment to say thank you to everyone who has taken the time to write or call me over the last few weeks.  My family and I really appreciate your kindness.  I’m weeks behind on my email and I’m not sure when I’m going to have time to catch up.  I’d like to respond to all of you but it’s going to take time.   really appreciate your kindness

My wife and I are going to be bringing back our weekly chat show on Saturday November, 7 with a tribute to my dad at a special earlier time.  There will be stories, pictures, music and more details to be announced later this week.



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2 responses to “Getting Caught Up

  1. Grief is so strange and hard and beautiful and awful.

    Sending you lots of love.

  2. i kind went crazy after the fall out b/c i had nothing pressing to do. before my dad died, i was busy as hell taking him to doctor appts.

    so i decided to paint our house. the WHOLE house on the inside. that kept me busy for a while. i just had no idea what i was supposed to do.

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