Dear Bob Larkin, I lost you a year ago to this dreaded COVID-19 disease. From the age of 8 or 9, I’ve had you to lean on. So many good times…man…you met small accomplishments with such joy and love and excitement…it felt wonderful to share those great times with you. I miss that the most.
So many decisions in my life that you played such a large part in. You grounded me and made me think through every angle and ultimately helped me make the best decisions possible. Through my failures, you never made me feel small and your tough love was always fair and from a place of love. This year was hard and I’ve missed you more than words can say. But, for every good time and every rough time…I have a lifetime of your love and wisdom to get me through. In a way, you are still here with me…I feel your presence.
Through the grief…I get Lost In A Moment filled with a million good memories and the pain fades away. I love you Bob…you really are one of a kind. I hope I have the same impact on my three daughters that you had on me.
I look forward to the day we can sing and laugh and catch up.