on to glory


Daddy went to Glory this morning at 12:46 a.m. Mom and I were with him. She had exactly what she wanted, which was to be laying with him when he went. He gurgled and I leaned in close sobbing and said “it’s okay to go, it’s okay to go.” He breathed out his last. We wept. Thank you for following us on this journey. I hope to know by this afternoon exactly when the viewing and memorial will be.


I took this yesterday afternoon. He never did wake up all day. He never “rallied”. He never got a high fever. He was contrary to the statistics. Keep in mind the statistics say someone with primary liver cancer should have been an alcoholic or have had a form of Hepatitis. Dad was neither. Dad marched to the beat of his own drummer, the drummer being of course our High Holy Priest, Jesus. Jesus who, according to Hebrews 7:25 “lives to make intercession for us. “



One of the last things mom said to dad was that he was consistent. He never strayed to the right or to the left. He just pressed forward. Press on daddy. I will see you again.


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