Saturday, May 28, 2011

In Your Memory

This month remarks the 14th memory of my grandmother's death.

Even that she died when I was a little girl, she is one of people who affected me the most. She was an amazing person, you can't know her without loving her. She was kind and smart.

Although she was treated ungratefully and unfairly by many people, but she was always fair to everybody. It was good to know that everyone appreciated what she had done, even that happened after her death.

I shared her the last few months of her life. She had a late stage cancer and all our family moved in with her since we knew her case.

The only thing I regret is me not crying over her. I was in the same room with her at the last moments, and she died so quietly that we all though she was just asleep. I remember everyone crying deeply over her, and I only dropped few tears out of sympathy for other. Of course I felt sad back then, but I didn't cry out of my sadness. Maybe because I didn't really understand what it meant for her to die.

Now, I wish I can tell her how great she was, how much I miss her, and how much I love her.

RIP grandma, You will always be in my prayers.

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