Skip to comments.Father finds heartbreaking note from daughter days after she died of cancer
Posted on 06/05/2014 12:12:29 PM PDT by Kartographer
The father of a 12-year-old girl who lost her battle with cancer last week says he was shocked to find she had left behind a long, handwritten message on the back of a mirror.
"It was a stand-up mirror in her room, and it was always lent up against the wall so we never saw behind it," Dean Orchard, of Leicester, England, told the Leicester Mercury. "She never mentioned it, but it's the kind of thing she'd do."
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Happiness depends upon ourselves.
Maybe its not about the happy ending, maybe its about the story.
The purpose of life is a life of purpose.
The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra. Happiness is a direction, not a destination.
Thank you for existing. Be happy, be free, believe, forever young.
You know my name, not my story.
You have heard what Ive done, but not what Ive been through.
Love is like glass, looks so lovely, but its easy to shatter.
Love is rare, life is strange, nothing lasts and people change.
Life is only bad if you make it bad.
Remember that life is full of ups and downs, without the downs the ups dont mean anything.
Im waiting to fall in love with someone I can open my heart to.
Love is not about who you can see spending your future with, its about who you cant see spending your life without.
Life is a game for everyone, but love is the only prize.
Wise beyond her years She understood life far better than many who were granted far more time to live it than she.
Welcome her home Lord and send comfort to her family.
thats what social media sites are for.This is not
I guess the father described it as heartbreaking to read, but the note itself is not heart breaking it’s very hopeful and thoughtful.
I saw this yesterday. It’s really great stuff, although some of it sure sounds as if it came from a book called, “The Fault in our Stars.”
I second that emotion!!!
Yes, absolutely, to everything you said!
People quote the Bible and Shakespeare too, to express their innermost feelings and beliefs.
I hate it when people are frauds like that, don't you?
“I hate it when people are frauds like that, don’t you?”
I wouldn’t really call her a fraud. She didn’t show it anybody while she was alive. May have just been ideas that made her feel better when she wrote them out. I was just cautioning everybody that there may be another shoe to drop.
Well that's the difference between us. I wouldn't call her a fraud even if she copied every word out of that book verbatim.
Have a nice day.