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While I was in Tucson I was looking through my father in laws scrapbook.

He had this debonair look to him in all of his photos - looked like he lived an amazing life. I love that he has an album of his life for generations of the family to reflect on.                                                        

I'm so thankful that God blessed me with having this caring and loving man in my life for 35 years.

We're all still praying that he goes peacefully. When I spoke to my husband this morning he said that he's comatose. It's all so sad, but the family is abiding by his wishes to not to have feeding tubes or anything that would prolong his life. So all we can do is pray and wait.

Many blessings on your Monday!


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