Nathan stepped to the side of his ailing father’s bed. The cancer was about to have its endgame. Nathan did the best he could to keep a strong face forward for his father. He knew if he opened his eyes again, he would want him to see that he wasn’t upset.
“When it’s your time, there’s nothing you can do to change that outcome. The only thing you can do is meet it head on,” Brian Devron told his son the last time he was fully lucid. “I’ve done the best I could to teach you everything I know. A father does that his whole life for his children. Some have very little time. Others have decades. I don’t feel robbed having only twenty two years of your life to do that. It’s not about the quantity of time, it’s the quality. That is what we have had. I…
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