Life goes on mate, I’m sorry to hear about this, you’ve gone above and beyond to make your dad’s last few years as good as possible and, in the end, we all must die. You have my email if you’d like someone to chat to but you must mourn your dad yourself.
As I've already said, all condolences, mate. When I saw that photo I was struck how much he reminded me of my old man. The grey hair and the lived in skin doesn't disguise the absolute nails they still are right to the end.
Shit, I only just saw this. Sorry for your loss mate, hope you're doing okay.Rest easy Dad.There aren’t words to describe how I feel but you fought like fuck and turned 6 weeks into nearly 9 months and today we lost you.
My life will never be the same.Rest In Peace
Just saw this for the first time. I'm sorry that you lost your dad, bro. I guess the only comfort, right now, is that he is no longer suffering. I pray that the painful memories are replaced with comforting ones, as you remember him in health, teaching you the many lessons that a father teaches to a son. I pray that you begin to remember the laughter... the joy that he brought to your life. And that hurt is replaced, in due time, with a peace that surpasses all understanding.
Thanks, Trail.Fucking Crazy Train. Love that song...Randy Rhoads on guitar...nothing short of wonderful; I saw Jake E Lee did a good job at the US Festival though...
Great pic by the way.
I never saw Ozzy live. My friend saw him at the Hammersmith Odeon (London) and said Ozzy was basically just a complete fucking animal!!!! Had buckets full of water lined up and just kept drenching the crowd all the time.Thanks, Trail.
I love that song, too. I just saw Ozzy for the first time back in September. It was great, but I would love to go back in time to see him perform through the Black Sabbath/Iommi-, Rhoads-, Lee-, and early Wylde-eras.