You're thinking about the impact of an important person in your life no longer participating in important events in your life, that's completely understandable. I hope your marriage is happy.
This is the most selfish thing I have ever seen on this website. You should be ashamed of yourself for trivializing this man's life in to walking you down the aisle
bdsurance - rethink your statement. It seems to me that she was confused - the most important person in her wedding besides her fiance died on the day she was supposed to be married.
She can't share her day with her grandfather one that she had been planning for some time.
She won't be able to be married that day - who could with that kind of tragedy? She doesn't have anyone to give her away.
She didn't trivilize his passing, but you trivilized her loss.
bdsurace - when you lose someone you love, you think of all the important events they won't be present for and it is very, very heartbreaking. Take your shame back.
To the original poster, don't listen to "bd", they've clearly never been in your shoes.
Anybody in your situation would think the same thing. You have every right to think that and to feel pain and sadness and heartbreak and anything else you might feel. I found my father dead 8 yrs ago on Father's Day .. I get what you're saying, sweetie.
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