A wonderful post, but one that is tough reading and I am sure tougher for you to write. You have allowed us into your Fathers world (and yours) and many I am sure are hoping and praying for the very best for him and for you.
Please tell him to keep on smiling.
My prayers are with you. I went through something similar with my sister-in-law. It is a long hard journey but you will do fine with your father.
You dad looks like a character. I wish you more great times with him and so happy to hear things are going well.
Thanks for sharing your journey and were sending love and healing to your dad. My daughter had Cancer at 7 and is 28 now. My son became Diabetic at 21 months old a heart transplant at 19 is now 33. Through the highs and lows just try to do what you need to for yourself as well . To stay strong and positive is important. I had people doing energy work on my kids and did do traditional medicine as well. So glad your where there is great medical care We were at UCLA for transplant and down in OC children s . I always did get 2nd opinions as well even from Dr’s across the US checked out other complementary modalities in healing. I’m sure Scripps has a list of them that can be useful to help with healing and relaxation too.
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