London - F wrote:The sentence is: "My dear and beloved daddy, you will always be in my heart and may you now rest in peace"
which I have attempted to translate as: "Patre meus care, semper in corde me eris iam requiescas in pace"
I have no idea whether "you will always be in my heart" is something typically said in Latin, or whether something like "semper te in memoria tenebo" would be better. I have benefited from some of the discussions on this board already but just would like to check because I may have translated wrongly. Any help is appreciated.
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