Craving: Seeing Christina/Gloria
Isn't it funny how life passes by so fast? It's been over 10 years since I've seen one of my mom's best friends and her daughter. I got some very sad news a couple days ago and I don't know how to swallow it. My mind is racing and going back and forth to all the days we spent together, laughing, joking having bbq's in my back yard. The person I'm talking about is Christina (mom's best friends daughter). She's very sick; she got diagnosed with cervical cancer and now it went to her brain. It was too late to do anything when they diagnosed her.
Cancer is such a ugly disease, it takes you down and crushes you if you let it. I can't imagine what her family is going through. I can't hold my tears back. This has really hit close to home. I never stopped thinking about them and always will have them in my prayers and my mind, but for now I have to be strong and call them. What am I going to say without getting choked up? What can I say to give her hope? I feel so lost.
I remember when Christina used to come over and all I would see is her big beautiful smile and her big dimples. She was so much fun to talk to. Always smiling and laughing. I still remember what her laugh sounded like. Her big dark brown eyes would glisten when she would talk. She's someone you just want to always be around, she's that positive energy kinda person.
Glo, I want to thank you for being there with my mom when she was sick. Believe me, I'll never forget that. She loved you like her sister. I wish I could hug you now, and be there in this time of need.
May God give you patience and ease your heartache ameen
Final whisper: Someone's thinking of you across the miles. I'm praying for you and asking God for a Miracle. Don't give up.