Love them so much 💕💕.
After years of traveling for work and thinking I didn’t need my parents, I was suddenly overwhelmed with how much I did when I learned that my dad was diagnosed with cancer 2 years ago. I had underestimated how his solid and steady support shaped my independence and confidence. I was suddenly terrified about how my life was going to look like without my dad in it. I was even more terrified for my mom, who spent every waking minute with my dad. What was she going to do? There was so much anxiety each time I traveled home to see them, things I was desperate to say, so much lost time I felt like I had to make up for being away for work all the time, and I felt time was running out. Dad fought through chemo and fast forward to now, he is now cancer free. 💖 Some ask me why I’m always in Toronto when I live in Vegas? And it’s because of my parents. I cherish moments with them now more than ever each time I fly home. Perhaps this was a way of telling me I had a second chance to make up for lost time all these years I’ve been away from home. Not everyone gets second chances but I’m grateful for this one. I Love you Dad (and Mom). #latergram#latepost#happyfathersday#momanddad#familyiseverything#familyfirst#familyday#selfie#usie#loveisallyouneed#yyz#toronto#the6ix#moments#fuckcancer
This week has been a trying one to say the least. One of our own from our Myrtle family left us far too soon. I was trying to think for days what to write to honor him. Ted always made us laugh. He was smart, loyal, and most importantly always true to himself. As we shared stories of Ted during the evening celebrating his life, I knew we all missed him dearly. Thank you for all the memories over the years. You’ll always be part of our work fam. May you rest in peace. Rest easy Ted. 🙏🏼💕 Thank you @untlax_godfather & @malissafoerster for hosting. #resteasy#restinpeace#rip#fuckcancer#gonetoosoon#workfam#celebratinghislife#dallas#texas#dfw @therealtedcurry