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Holy cow your story made me cry. I’m also the emotional one. I’m so glad you had a father with such an amazing heart. Thats what I do I ride horses I drink and I know things POSTER You are a beautiful mirror of his love and encouragement. My dad passed away while I was in law school. While I was still in the thick of school it was easy to compartmentalize but graduation is when it really hits you like a ton of bricks because they aren’t there to see all they inspired you to accomplish. … See More

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Ember Loe Thats what I do I ride horses I drink and I know things POSTER I love this! Your dad sounds like a special man, and it sounds like he raised a very special woman – someone who can achieve and succeed, and look back with warmth and positivity. You are a strong woman. You deserve all the love that need. Take peace in the fact that he loved you too. He was an amazing father. I’m catastrophizing something today. I’m glad you reminded me that I’m doing it to myself – it’s a very real thing – I do it too often – but we can get through things with a good support system. Your dad supported you with unsurpassed emotional streng… See More

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I’m so sorry for your untimely loss. He was so lucky to have a daughter like you and you are so lucky to have a father who poured so much love and confidence into you. Of course he knows the results because he’s awesome and you’re awesome. Big hugs. Thats what I do I ride horses I drink and I know things POSTER As a person with major disabilities and who is helping to raise my nephews, i desperately needed these images and this hope. Kids are so strong and they accept a different normal so much more easily than adults but i worry my disabilities and diseases … See More

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