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What's your story?
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What's your story?

18 Name: Anonymous : 2021-11-17 05:04
I've learned a great deal from my father and especially my grandfather growing up. He taught me to appreciate nature and to stop and take in the thick air and view before it passes. I can still vividly remember him walking me along raspberry bushes and halting me to watch deer roam by. He loved cooking, art and music, notably dancing to music. He eagerly wanted to share his new hobbies with someone and I always found myself accompanying him learning along side. Sometimes I feel like I was the only grandchild to appreciate him in his later years. I think about him often. He died a few years back from cancer. The worst part is, he never told anyone he had it. It maddens me to think of this secret he kept. I know he only did it so he wouldn't have to burden anyone, but I just wish he resolved it earlier. He will forever be written into my story and woven into my personality. I have a deep passion for all of his hobbies. Mostly sitting in the woods and drawing what I see. Hell, I even catch myself dancing in the kitchen a few times.

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