My "dear"I knew it was something special about you, when you taught me how to pray. You tried teaching me how to play piano, but I wanted to go outside to play. However, I did learn how to play a few nursery rhymes and the basic notes! You taught me how to cook, be confident, and just flat out be a lady. You showed me the love that my mother nor father didn't show me. If it weren't for you, I wouldn't know the meaning of true love. I got to spend 32 out of 34 years of my life with you. When I found out you had alzheimer's dementia, congestive heart failure, and high blood pressure, I knew things would never be the same. I'm so thankful that you were able to show my kids the same love you showed me. They will never forget you, and they talk about you all the time. Although you didn't know anyone the last few years of your life, we came to check on you as much as we could. When I got the call from the nursing home, and they told me you were dying, I knew you wouldn't leave this world without seeing me first. When I came, you were fighting for every breath until I arrived. I sat with you and thought about all the times we shared. When I left, I knew that would be the last time I saw you, but I knew it wouldn't be long that you would have peace. I got the call at exactly 4am that you were gone. I knew I would miss you alot, but I also knew you would get eternal peace and wouldn't have to suffer anymore. I will forever miss u my "Dear".
Renee34 31-35 0 Apr 6, 2012