Last Words

Last Words

Last Words

No last words, no goodbyes. Just gone. Suddenly. Why? I will never figure all of this out. I will never have all of the answer. I try letting my mind take me to that place of understanding. I try to get it; your death, I don’t. I mean, we all will have to face death one day, but for you, why so soon?

A love was taken away from me. A love I felt and experience since the day I was born. If I had the chance to say my last words I would tell you how much I love you, how much I appreciate and care about you. I will take a walk down memory lane with you and talk about all the good times we had as a family.

The pain still is here in me every time I see your picture. I watch those videos you sent me today. I cried, I prayed; I longed to hear your voice again, I longed for a hug. 

P.S. Mommy, can I have a hug from heaven?

P.S. I LOVE YOU, MOM

P.S. I LOVE YOU, MOM

It wasn’t all Copacetic

It wasn’t all Copacetic