Life's Not Fair.

One morning, I woke up to find my mother gone. Her car wasn't parked in the driveway, either. I asked my brother, and he said, "She went to see Grandma Kay." I wanted to go. I couldn't believe she left without me. After all she lived very far away so I only saw her twice a year. She also had cancer of the bladder. She had breast cancer in her thirties but it went into remission. Now the cancer is back and spreading.

Later, my mom came home. I asked her why she didn't tell me that she was going to see Grandma Kay. She explained, "She can't handle kids right now. She is already older than 80, and she is very sick."

That's when I lost it. I was sobbing and screaming. Life's not fair. She has cancer, and it's getting worse. She isn't going to get better, I know that in my heart. She's never going to be ready to see us kids again. I don't think my mom will ever take me up to see her again. She doesn't answer my letters because she is so sick. My mom won't let me see her. Grandma Kay can't come see me; the drive is too long. Grandma Kay may have not given in to cancer, but I'm done. Cancer has won. Life's not fair.
lilley910 lilley910
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2 Responses Sep 7, 2012

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I'm sorry, but she passed away today. God bless her.

sorry. its okay. condolence