May 25, 2018

Rory Feek shares precious dance with his little daughter, Indy

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The 53-year-old country singer, songwriter, and single father-of-three, Rory Feek, was recorded while dancing with his daughter, Indiana, at a wedding. 

Feek then shared the video on his YouTube channel, This Life I Live. In the description box, he wrote: 'Indy and her Papa dancing at the Rachel and Dalton Greenwood's wedding reception.' 

It has been two years since Feek's wife, Joey, passed away from metastatic cervical cancer. The couple sang together from 2008 until her death in March 2016.

Earlier this year, Feek wrote on his blog that Indy is four years old now and said they celebrated her birthday in Hawaii, just the two of them.

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'I think Joey would be so proud.  We celebrated her birthday while we were on vacation [...] And it was beautiful, and she was just precious.'

Rory Feek, This Life I Live, March 8, 2018.

The video was his first update in nearly two months, and fans were delighted that he shared such a special father-and-daughter moment with them. 

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A YouTube user known as Sandy Jacobs said Feek is a great man and a wonderful father, while Belinda Jobe noted that Indiana is 'so blessed.' 

Jobe never had a close relationship with her father, and said 'that is how I wish my father treated me,' and that Indy will 'know what the love of father feels like.' 

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Alva Roman thanked him for the sharing the heartwarming moment and remarked that the father-daughter moment is extraordinarily beautiful. 'Love holds us together' she concluded. 

Rory regularly visits Joey's gravesite, and her dog, Ranger, always accompanies him. Visiting her grave has become a tradition for Rory and refers to it as his 'quiet time.' 

Ranger never left Joey's side, and not even death will sever the bond they shared. 

Joey was 40 years old when she lost the battle to cervical cancer. She is survived by her husband, Indiana, and her stepdaughters Heidi and Hopie. 

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