Tuesday, February 21, 2012

I promise my family is the best ever.

All the memories of my dad I hold dear. He was phenomenal. Honestly, I can't say enough about his generosity and love. He would help ANYONE. When he died I was just 16 and didn't really get to see him as an adult. I would have asked him so many questions. Like, "What would you do different?" "What's the most important?" "How did you deal with your trials?" "How did you parent us?"  etc. I am blessed with siblings (adam/luke/mary) who have helped me come to understand him from an adult's perspective. He was so amazing. I am beginning to realize how much his children are like him. I have very loving and generous siblings, and I know it comes straight from our parents. (yes mom, you are pretty good too.) thanks.


  1. I love all this posting you're doing lately. Keep it up. I agree, Wilsons are very loving and're one of them Beth!

  2. You are so much like your dad! He was also hilarious and so much fun to be around!

  3. I know how you feel. I was 19 when my mom passed away. There are so many things I wish I could ask her, or things that I could use her advice on. Learning to live life without the help/advice from one or both of your parents is never easy, but knowing that they are watching us and still with us brings me peace.
    hope things are going well with you. :)

  4. I think you know Dad as well as I do. He would have been the first to co-sign with you even if financial ruin was eminent:)