Today marks the 5th anniversary of Dawson’s passing from this earth. I still think of my son often. There are many times that something comes up and I think “Dawson would like that.”
I smile at his memory and miss him. I am far from alone in my feelings. His mom, his birth father, his sister. Jen and his grandparents. His many friends and members of his Fairemly. And his wife Meaghan.
All of us deeply miss his simile, his humor, and his physical presence with us.
To me, he was and always shall be my oldest son. But he also was a fellow gamer, a co-worker, and my friend.
My greatest hope was he would be able to get his seizures under control. And then I always to teach him the basics of driving so he could eventually get his drivers licence. It would have been a highlight of my life.
Although Dawson’s life on this earth was short. It was meaningful in the way he toucheed all of our lives.
He was a good example to follow. In his kindness, his generosity, and his love and forgiveness.
So on this day, have a Macallan in honor of Dawson. If you don’t drink, that is fine, just toast him with your beverage of choice. He’ll understand.