It's been three months since Dad re-united with Mom, and each day I reflect about all the great and wonderful times I had with him. When I think of all those memories, I can't help but smile and laugh. Mom, Evelyn, and I had the best of Dad. When I think of Mom and Dad's 32 year marriage, I think of what a strong and loving couple they were. Always looking out for each other. Such an authentic, real, unconditional love that can't compare to anything. I remember how every Friday they used to go to the North Island Navy Base and watch all the new movies for only a buck! Or when they would take Nala to Old Town and watch her run up the hill at Heritage Park; or when they'd walk around Downtown San Diego and visit their favorite Perfumeria - where they both got customized scents...gosh the list can go on and on. Recently I came across some old letters that Dad wrote to Mom while he was away at sea. When I read those letters I can see Dad's strong commitment to Mom and our family... always thanking Mom for staying strong, and making sure Evelyn and I are taken care of, telling her how much he missed her and loved her. Although I'm sad that Dad and Mom are not physically here, I smile and feel a warmth in my heart knowing that they are creating new adventures in the after-life.