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she did lose her father :(
I am sorry to hear that. I personally do not feel any grand gestures are suitable. Were it me I would aim to simply be there. Trying to be that constant rock she can cling to. Even if all that means is ordering pizza and cuddling on the couch or doing the dishes one more time than usual.Of course I also do not dislike grief. I feel in many cases, not all, sadness is a testament to something having meaning to us. That in itself can be quite beautiful and might justify a smile despite it all. Point being, that grand gesture would be akin to replacing the grief. Sometimes you just need to be a sad sobbing mess. So that's all the advice I had. Lets hope someone else chips in.
well she lives in california and im in idaho
So much for doing the dishes. Still nothing preventing a shared screen movie night or something. Little things. Being there. All that.
yeah she has blonde hair and dark brown eyes
I fail to see how that matters but alright!
she wants me to get the bitcoin