I’d love to hear from you

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12 thoughts on “I’d love to hear from you

  1. Hello Dear Cousin Patty, This is your cousin Jennifer. As you know I am a Facebook stalker via my mom’s FB page. I’m so glad that I am because I just found your blog and I love it!!! You are an amazing writer and I am looking forward to following your blog. Your future counseling clients are going to be so blessed to have you to talk to. Of course I love what you have written about your dad (my dear dear Uncle Keith) and I also loved the “dirt” post (Feeling like dirt? Don’t worry, God is at work.) I wish we lived closer and had many many opportunities to talk and share. I was so happy to have David and Katie with us for a few days and glad we all got a few moments to talk on Skype. I love you Cousin Patty and I’m so thankful that I am part of the Trangmar family!

  2. Hi Patty,
    I love your blog. I just found it. How do I subscribe? You say you’re a writer wantabe. From what I’ve read, you are a fantastic writer and the way you share your heart is so beautiful. I’m so very sorry about the loss of your dad. I didn’t know he was sick.
    Do you remember me back from the days at Trinity?

    Sue Hinderleider Marsh

  3. Hey Patty! Just reading through your thoughts on missing your Dad and on 25 years of marriage to Brad. Congratulations on your anniversary! And thanks for sharing how selfless your parents were in “giving” you to Brad and how important that is. I haven’t always been the most mature Mom. I’m trying to do better…a work in progress. I know you and Brad will do the right thing when it’s your turn. You’re already doing it. You are wonderful parents and a great couple.

    My heart feels so full when I read your thought and feelings about your Dad. It is so hard to lose our parents. There is rarely a day that goes by that I don’t think of Mom or Dad or both of them. Glenn and I talk about our parents all the time. They’re always a part of our lives, even though they’re not “here” anymore. Your Dad was an amazing man and you shared a closeness that not all Dad’s and daughters do. You will miss that always, but will find yourself talking to him and sharing with him as though he were still here. Life does go on – it’s just different. I can easily picture your Dad’s wonderful smile, so I know you can as well. And remembering will keep him close. The love is still there…prayers to you from your friend – Chris

  4. Patty dear, I sleep well, but have the same negative thoughts on occasion during the daylight. I dream vigorously so perhaps some of the beating myself up thoughts get drained off. I have no good solution to wakefulness, except a good book nearby to turn to in those moments. Well written stories put a barrier between the real world and my sleep world. I’ll hold good sleep thoughts for you.

  5. Hugs to you Patty,
    Thanks for the words. Praying for you in your grief. I’m remembering how we have spoken before about our dad’s always sitting in their offices, working, wrestling or pursuing some concept that we found strange in our younger years. As I read your post I could almost insert my dad’s name in. What they found joy in wrestling with was hard to understand for us, but it is also how the Lord worked in their lives.
    Again, thanks for sharing, hugs to you and the family.

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