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    Thinking of you.
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    I had gone through the post. One of my friend is also interesting to do adventures and he is liking Paleobird's adventures alot. Please produce some more attachments about the topic for view detail information.

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    Hugs, Robin - from me and I'm sure many others around the world who appreciate you and what you put out into the world. Best wishes to you both.
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    Thinking of you and hoping for good time with your dad and comfort for you both.
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    *what Quelsen said*

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    That is definitely scary. Hopefully, the medication will sort him out, and he'll be up and about in short order!

    And, I do agree that it's safe to say that you are doing everything that you said you would, and bringing your dad great joy in his life (and always have). Dads are really special, and both of you know that, right?

    Take good care of yourselves, and know that we're thinking of you!

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    As part of today's chores with my girls, I went through the house collection of oversized teddy bears and giant teddy dogs and teddy assorted other super-sized animals - here's a big, warm, fuzzy hug from all of them to both of you.

    HUG HUG HUG HUG HUG

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    Quote Originally Posted by badgergirl View Post
    Sending love. Dads: they're precious. My own father is on a similar path and I am not close enough to hold his hand. I'm sure your being there is a huge comfort to your dad. It's not an easy thing, that's for sure. So, sending love.
    Even when you're fifty, you're still Daddy's little girl.

    Quote Originally Posted by NourishedEm View Post
    Oh Robin, I'm sorry honey.
    I've been where you are and it sucks. I got nothing, just know that I'm thinking of you. xxx
    Thanks, Em.

    Quote Originally Posted by sbhikes View Post
    You dad is lucky to have you at this time in his life. Good luck to you both.
    I feel lucky to have had such a great Dad all these years. I know not everybody does.

    Quote Originally Posted by JudyCr View Post
    Bless your heart, you're a great daughter.Both of you are in our prayers.
    Thank you, Judy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jac View Post
    ^ What they said. You're doing exactly what you said you would do - being there, sharing the last years with your dad, loving him. Sadness is a part of the package, and I know you can 'hold' your distress so you can continue to be there for him. Sending heaps of love from over the sea (and hope that the meds will help).
    I think the meds will "stabilize things" but I think there also has been some damage done.

    Quote Originally Posted by meeme View Post
    You have a wonderful support system Robin, both here and there. You're in my thoughts and if it's his time to transition you are a wonderful person and daughter to want to help him.
    It feels good to be able to vent here in the anonymity of cyberspace. I appreciate everyone's caring.

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    All the best for you and your dad.
    Thanks NW, Great new doo, BTW.

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    Just remember to take care of yourself as well. Best wishes.
    Good point. I'll try but my sleep is not as good as I would like.

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    Thinking of you.
    Thanks, Magic.

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    Hugs, Robin - from me and I'm sure many others around the world who appreciate you and what you put out into the world. Best wishes to you both.
    Aw, Sigi, thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Owly View Post
    Thinking of you and hoping for good time with your dad and comfort for you both.
    Thanks, Owly.

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    (((hugs))))
    Back atcha Honey Badger. (I bet you give an awesome hug)

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    *what Quelsen said*
    Thanks, Goldie.

    Quote Originally Posted by zoebird View Post
    That is definitely scary. Hopefully, the medication will sort him out, and he'll be up and about in short order!
    And, I do agree that it's safe to say that you are doing everything that you said you would, and bringing your dad great joy in his life (and always have). Dads are really special, and both of you know that, right?
    Take good care of yourselves, and know that we're thinking of you!
    Thanks, Zoe. Yes he is special.

    Quote Originally Posted by Crabbcakes View Post
    As part of today's chores with my girls, I went through the house collection of oversized teddy bears and giant teddy dogs and teddy assorted other super-sized animals - here's a big, warm, fuzzy hug from all of them to both of you.

    HUG HUG HUG HUG HUG
    Awww, thanks, teddies.

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    PB, how's he doing today?

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