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In memory of my Dad

 
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Aug 28, 2012 03:44 |  #16

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Lost both my parents to cancer, Mum in 2001 and Dad in 2010. Having something that reminds you of your Dad will keep his memory and your love for him alive. I have a whiskey tumbler that belonged to my Dad, you have shared experience of motorbikes. Whenever you go to a bike meet, you'll think of your Dad as if he were there, because he will be....

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Thank you my mum also has cancer too so understand fully where your coming from shes due to have op soon tho to hopefully get rid of it completely :) I did go to the last meet it was good but I did feel lost without my dad I gotta say so may leave it til next year not sure yet .....




  
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Aug 28, 2012 03:44 |  #17

Thekey wrote in post #14912170 (external link)
I wonder how can you guys be so sincere ... I couldn't done this ...

Not sure what you mean sorry....




  
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Aug 28, 2012 11:11 |  #18

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Thank you my mum also has cancer too so understand fully where your coming from shes due to have op soon tho to hopefully get rid of it completely :) I did go to the last meet it was good but I did feel lost without my dad I gotta say so may leave it til next year not sure yet .....

Best wishes for your Mum I hope it all turns out well. It will take a while to get your head and your heart around the loss of your Dad. It still hurts for me, but I take great comfort from the times when thoughts of my parents come to the fore. They are never far away, but sometimes something happens where I can feel how they would react or think.

You'll find a way....


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Aug 29, 2012 06:33 |  #19

RIP and sorry for your loss mate.

This is the effects of photography. Capturing moments like this at the time might be a "Haha" moment but when you look back on it, it captures so much emotion.

I hope your mother pulls through fine and with no complications!


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Aug 29, 2012 19:11 as a reply to  @ realitysays's post |  #20

Thanks for sharing the great pic. It's so much more meaningful with the rest of the story, so to speak. Seems like you shared some great times that you even have some great images from. I would love to have ridden with my dad and only hope someday to do so with my kids.

So sorry for your loss. Been there, I'm afraid. If it helps you to find comfort in numbers, count me as one.




  
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Aug 30, 2012 06:06 |  #21

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RIP and sorry for your loss mate.

This is the effects of photography. Capturing moments like this at the time might be a "Haha" moment but when you look back on it, it captures so much emotion.

I hope your mother pulls through fine and with no complications!

Thanks buddy we could do with some goodluck :))




  
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Aug 30, 2012 06:08 |  #22

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Thanks for sharing the great pic. It's so much more meaningful with the rest of the story, so to speak. Seems like you shared some great times that you even have some great images from. I would love to have ridden with my dad and only hope someday to do so with my kids.

So sorry for your loss. Been there, I'm afraid. If it helps you to find comfort in numbers, count me as one.

Thank you and ur words are so true, its the circle of life we all loose someone we love at some point ...make sure u make that happen with ur kids :)




  
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Aug 30, 2012 22:40 |  #23

Nice shot and nice looking bike. Definitely a great memory for you to carry on of him. Thank you for sharing.


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