A Letter for Mom
Sunday, November 20, 2016
My dearest mommy,
How I long to hear your sweet voice call my name, or just giving me the blessing you always gave me when we talked. Mommy what can I do for you. I feel so helpless and don't know if you are suffering or trying to tell me something. Once again I wait for more labs, X-ray and CT Scan to see if they can find why you are running a fever.
Mommy I see you laying in this bed and you look so small, fragile and helpless. Mommy I wish I could take away your pain and suffering.
I remember all the laughter, talks, fights and love that we shared. We have had so many great moments and although I have six other siblings you always gravitate toward me. You lived with me these last years and my son love you deeply. I was just talking to M and he said to tell you that he loves you. Remember how he would pinch your cheeks. When he would take your blind cane and hide it from you and when you always took their side when I scolded them. That's what grandmas do!
I'm here by your side, it's 1:45am, but I won't leave until I get some answers. Mommy I love you and want what's best for you. I love you mommy. I miss you mommy.