The Gift of Living

Not every present comes wrapped in a box.

By G.W. Miller III
Add Comment Add Comment | Comments: 3 | Posted Dec. 24, 2008

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He plods over to his daughter as I prepare to drive him home for the evening.

"All right, Pumpkin," he says, kissing the top of Feighanne's head. "I love you."

She beams in silence.

"Tell your Dad you love him," Jill snaps.

"I love you too, Dad," Feighanne singsongs.

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1. Mom LynnMom said... on Jul 28, 2010 at 03:32PM

“This brings back so much. I was so impacted by Rocky's short life. Such a brave struggle and such beautiful support from his daughter, mother, sisters and a man named Jim Longshaw. This letter is a tribute to the people who helped Rocky's life have great meaning. We'll all see him later.”

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2. mom mom Lynn said... on Jul 28, 2010 at 03:38PM

“Of course I meant ex-wife Jill, not mother. I know Rocky lost her also. Sisters are Feighanne's sisters and Jim Longshaw (proudly my son) and Feigh's step fathert.”

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3. Anonymous said... on Mar 26, 2011 at 06:03AM

“ROCKY WAS AN INCREDIBLE MAN. I LOVED HIM DEARLY AND I STILL SAY PRAYERS TO HIM, I BELIEVE HE IS STILL WITH US IN SPIRIT. GLASS WAS ALWAYS HALF FULL AND WAS SMILING ALL THE TIME WHEN I WAS WITH HIM. HE LOVED CHILDREN AND THEY LOVED HIM BACK JUST AS MUCH. SO SORRY I WAS NOT AROUND WHEN HE WAS SICK!!! SUCH A SHAME TO LOSE HIM AT SUCH A YOUNG AGE!!!!”

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