Death is not a happy occasion; most especially when while still grieving from the demise of a loved one, another one passes away.
We lost Mommy last week, seven months after we buried my father. Losing both parents only months apart left us (or at least it left me) almost emotionally drained. And yet we also find consolations in our moment of sorrow, on Mommy's passing. Let me share a few of them with you:
We are consoled by the fact that Mommy and Papa celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary in 2008; not many were as lucky to have lived that long;
We are consoled by thought that not even death can part my parents for a very long time;
We were consoled by, and continue to find consolations in your kind words, your thoughts, your prayers, and your physical and spiritual presence in the hospital, during the wake, at the funeral. For the love and support, we thank you;
We were consoled by the genuine concern shown to us by the doctors, nurses, hospital crewsRead More »from LIFE and DEATH