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Irritatingly...?

Today was a mellow day but I’m not surprised. I woke up peacefully this morning listening to my radio alarm clock and did all the morning stuff. 480 more words

Aftermath

After my last post about my dad I felt like this other blog post I read last week needed to be shared.

http://oursmallmoments.com/you-went-to-a-funeral-and-then-you-went-home/

This blog post felt like I could have written it. 93 more words

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2 of 42: Humour, the Invaluable Medicine

For entry #2 in my journey of 42, I thought I would visit a couple anecdotes about my Dad, and about humour. It should be duly noted that his sense of humour is an acquired taste – something you might categorize as “old man humour”. 946 more words

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The Search For My Father: How it began

I couldn’t believe it when I woke up to the e-mail. It was just a few lines from my mom on March 28, 2011: “Shocking news; Xiao Ping shu-shu passed away! 905 more words

Just Me

My dad is gone.

My dad thought about death a lot.

Not in a creeper, morbid way. More like “this is the inevitable and it’s weird”. Working at Boeing for so long, he’d seen men and women come and go. 435 more words

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Cemetery-in-the-Woods

Here is Dad at the grave of his great-grandmother, Mary Kilraine Craven Cumuskey.

Mary was born in County Wicklow, Ireland around 1840. She arrived in the United States in 1849. 238 more words

Craven Family