My grandma

by Jennifer

My grandma and grandpa were both special to me because they always lived side by side to us so growing up we seen them daily. My parents moved us when I was twelve and we lived about 4 hrs away, but that didn't keep me from them. I still spent summers with them and was closer to my grandma than anybody. When I got married we went and stayed with them for our honeymoon because they couldn't make our wedding. My grandma taught me so much and everyday I strive to be more like her. She was an angel on earth and now heaven has the honor of having her. My grandma was the most caring giving loving woman I ever knew. I still remember the day she passed just like it was yesterday. The phone call that was the most tragic thing I ever experienced. My grandma had problems with circulation and the veins in her legs. She bled to death in my aunts arms on her bedroom floor with my grandpa standing there. My grandpa and her had just had their 59th yr anniversary. My aunt performed CPR and still could not revive her. The hurt I experienced that day is hurt that will never go away. My heart shattered that day into pieces that can't be fixed. I lost my grandma, my second mom and my best friend. I think of her numerous times everyday. I long to see her again to hug her and talk to her. My grandpa has sinced moved to where we live but everyday his heart aches. He misses her so much as well as I. I love her so much and will never forget her and one day we shall meet again.

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Sep 18, 2012
My Grandma
by: Doreen U.K.

Jennifer this is the hard part of death. It fractures us. We really never are the same people again. It is only time that will HEAL us from the grief and sorrow we will feel for some time to come. We are left with this VOID in our life that can never be filled again with anyone or anything.

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