This past week we went to my hometown to spend time with my grandfather. On Tuesday, he was diagnosed with melanoma and they’ve decided to forgo aggressive treatment. Barring a miracle, we only have a few months with him. It wasn’t unexpected, but it’s hard. How can he not be there, for always? It doesn’t seem possible.
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My grandpa is technically my step-grandfather, my mom’s step-father. But even there is no shared DNA, he is my family, my heritage, my history. Even though his name isn’t in my family tree, he is so much a part of who I am. He is a gentle, funny, loving, faithful man. He is solid and true and I just can’t imagine him gone.