3 night ago, my Grandpa died. It's okay. He was 90(and a half) and so very very ready to be with my Grandma again. I posted this: RIP Grandma.
This is not a post about my Grandpa. Not just yet. You see, I haven't really cried yet and so everytime I try to write an honorable post about him, I start to cry. Grandpa wanted no drama or fanfare or upsets over his death. He said 'Life is for the living. Do not waste precious moment grieving the dead'
I'm trying to respect that. I know the sadness is for me. I will give in to the tears when they are tears of happy remembrances and not tears of guilt and sadness. (I'm one who remembers alllll the things I forgot to do/say after a loved one dies :/ )
So anyways. A post later about Grandpa, I promise. For now, this is a message. To someone I love very dearly, who is having a difficult time with the fact that her Dad is gone. 'I know this is hard. And I know you are hard on yourself for alot of things. Do not ever question the fact that you are an amazing Mom and raised some pretty damn good kids. But I don't need to tell you that.'
I have proof:
There's only you in my life
The only thing that's right
My first love
Your every breath that I take
Your every step I make
I want to share
All my love with you
No one else will do
And your eyes
They tell me how much you care
You will always be
My endless love
Two hears that beat as one
Our lives have just begun
Who knew that almost 24 years ago this is where we would be today ♥ Our wedding song, a prophecy, of sorts.
Without my Mom and my Grandparents, being the very best examples and teachers I could ask for, I wouldn't be this amazingly happy today.
My wonderfully, amazingly, absolutely beautiful family ♥
So, Mom. See? Ya'll done this so right.
I Love You.