Jimmy Buffett’s daughter talks about Singer’s final days


Jimmy Buffett’s daughter has revealed how the “Margaritaville” singer lived out his final days before dying on September 1 at the age of 76.

The singer died as a result of Merkel cell skin cancer after being diagnosed four years ago.

On Wednesday, Sarah “Delaney” Buffett, 31, posted a touching tribute to her father on Instagramwhere she described his optimistic attitude towards death.

“I knew my father my whole life, but in his final days I saw who he was: a man whose spirit could not be broken,” her post began. “Despite the pain, he smiled every day. He was friendly even though he had every excuse not to be.”

Sarah Buffett said her father “told us not to be sad or scared, but to keep the party going,” but added: “As much as I’d love to use that as an excuse to fade into oblivion worthy of his literary heroes.” “I know that’s not what he meant.”

Although Jimmy Buffett “He loved his weed and his wine,” she said, “most of the time he was just high on life, and that’s exactly what he wanted for everyone: to enjoy the amazing journey that life can be.”

In the tribute, Sarah Buffett also noted how her father repeatedly told his family how much he loved appreciated the doctors, nurses and others who helped him during his cancer treatment.

So I would like to thank those who cared for my father at home and in the hospital for giving us more time together. I am eternally grateful.”

She also shared her father’s ability to laugh at himself.

“When I showed him this,South Park’ He liked to laugh along with episodes that parodied him,” she said. “I remember teasing him about their Margaritaville mixer jokes, and without missing a beat he told me, ‘You live on these damn mixers!’ fired up. He took me there.”

She then said her final goodbye to her father.

“Finally, to my father, thank you very much,” she said. “You made something out of nothing and gave me everything. I will never be able to repay you or my mother for my beautiful life. I will love you forever and always keep the party going (responsibly of course).”

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