I miss you beyond words can ever- A Quote by Pinky Sama.
From the time I was a very little girl, I've had the best relationship with my Dad. His sudden and completely unexpected passing on January 30th brought me to my knees and I will be forever changed. We can't make sense of his passing as he kept himself in the best of health given that his main goal in life was to be able to fly forever; but I am grateful that I can at least be emotionally at peace knowing without a doubt that he loved me with all of his heart and knowing that he knew how much I loved him and am so proud to call him my Dad. It is so true: say what you need to say while you can; I'm eternally grateful that we did. ❤ We will be honoring Dad with family and close friends with a military burial in NJ the beginning of June; and in September Dad will be honored at the International Seaplane Fly-In in Greenville, Maine. He was one of the founding fathers of the Fly-In and looked forward to it every single year. We are grateful to Duane Lander for heading this up and choosing to honor Dad's memory in this wonderful way! Those who knew him well know that Dad lived at least 5 lives in his way too short 77 years with us; so our family is taking the necessary time to pull together an obituary that will capture his boundless adventures, and we'll share once complete - dates chosen to celebrate his life will be included. ~~ The outpouring of love and support by all of you has been absolutely beautiful. We apologize if you did not hear our news directly from us - it has been an incredibly overwhelming two weeks. We know it can be an uncertain decision whether or not to reach out when a family goes through a loss, but I can tell you that it truly has been healing to each of us to hear your kind words of love and support and especially to hear you share amazingly beautiful stories about how you knew our Dad. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!!
is the tremendous outpouring of concern and love that all of you have shown. and all of us here, we love you Mom, and we will miss you, beyond words.
Well, it’s been about 5 days now and I guess I’ve gotten to the point where I can write about losing my dad now. He was a fighter. Even after being placed on dialysis almost 10 years ago, he never lost his sense of humor. He called going to dialysis, “Going to work.” And that’s what he did. My dad was a working man. But he also took whatever time was necessary to make sure his family was the priority. There are so many memories about growing up that I could sit here and list them all day long. I could tell you about how my dad would help me fold and roll newspapers in the morning EVERY SINGLE morning before he went to his own business and got things rolling there as well. He would then drive my sister and myself 20 miles to private school and pick us up in the evenings. We couldn’t afford those great schools that we attended but somehow, he made a way. He really gave me a great work ethic and it wasn’t that he would sit me down and tell me how important working was. No, he was more of a man that would “Show” rather than a man that would “Tell.” When I had my Limousine service, he would come over in the mornings and help me wash them, fill them up with gas, and he would even fill in as a driver if he thought it would help me. When I say that he would do ANYTHING for the family, I mean ANYTHING! He and my mom were married for well over 50 years and until his last day, he smiled, laughed, told stories, and let us know that he loved us very much.
I know that we pretty much talk about EVERYTHING that is going on in our lives around here but I knew that if I started to talk about this, I would just end up crying my eyes out on the radio and I have chosen, at least up to this point, to not talk about this. Losing a parent is like losing a body part. You have lived your entire life with that person and one day, they are just gone. And there is nothing that I can say that will make it any better. People grieve in so many different ways. No ones way is necessarily any better or worse than anyone else’s. They are just different.
Daddy, I love you and I miss you beyond words.
Missing you quotes without a doubt is the best way to express your feeling towards your partner. In fact, there are many romantic ways which you can show what you feel. Feeling mad, in-love or simply missing him/her, diverse emotions that many could easily label, in the same numbers there are people at the opposite traction which find it hard to connect the same feelings to phrases.
You might be on a business trip or caught up in particular condition, but you surely miss your soulmate every minute. There are instances when the emotion of missing the one you love becomes very loud. Why shouldn’t you confess your feelings to your partner? It will be fun. There’s nothing wrong in making him/her smile in your absence. Those who are in a relationship most of the time go through bad times and good times; however, they miss each other always.
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These missing you quotes are indeed the pleasing way to show how you miss him/her. It is the best way to let your loved one knows how much you miss him or her. Also, there are girlfriend quotes and boyfriend quotes that can assists you express your feelings. Or you can send him/her long distance relationship quotes if they are far from you.
We miss you beyond measure, We love you beyond words and we are so incredibly proud to call you our Dad. You will be with us forever.
Definition: Unable to speak, overcome by emotion.
This idiom can be used to show a variety of emotions. It expresses an extreme emotional response, such as joy, thankfulness, shock, or even anger.
If you are beyond words, you are so overcome by emotion that you cannot speak clearly. In other words, you are past the point of being able to use words to describe your overwhelming feelings.
Nobody is quite sure of the origin of beyond words, most likely because it can express so many different emotions.
Beyond words is most commonly used today to express surprise. For example, somebody might open a gift and say they are beyond words because they are so shocked by what is inside.
It can also express joy and gratitude. For example, somebody could say that they are beyond words when they see large crowds of people showing up to volunteer for a good cause.
The phrase can also express the exact opposite: anger and irritation. For example, somebody may see that their dog has made a mess in the house and shout that they are beyond words.
Here is an example dialogue of two friends recounting a marriage proposal,
Mary: I can’t believe Todd proposed to you! That is so amazing! How did he do it?
Susan: Well, we went to this fancy restaurant. Afterwards, we walked the pier, and he got down on one knew and asked me.
Mary: How romantic! I am so happy for you two.
Susan: I sort of knew it was coming, but I was still so surprised. I was beyond words.
Here is another example, but this one illustrate beyond words to describe an angry individual.
John: After all of the work I did on that project, now you’re telling me about this?
Steve: We wanted to see how it developed.
John: You should have told me this weeks ago, and I could make made adjustments. I am just—beyond words. You should have told me to stop working on it.
To be beyond words shows that you are having an extreme emotional reaction, whether that be positive or negative.
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