03
Aug
07

11 months

It’s been 11 months. How time flies. 11 months without that laugh, that smile, that hug, those eyes. 11 months since I lost all hope for your complete recovery. 11 months ago, all hope was lost. But then again, as of 11 months ago, I no longer have to worry about you. I no longer cry at the thought of losing you. Just of having lost you. The former is much worse. Less worrying. Nothing bad can happen to you any more. You’re still a constant thought in my head and a never ending pang in my heart. I know you always will be. It was your mom’s 1st birthday without you. I know that must have been horrible for her. She’s still not ready to let you go. None of us are. But I can’t even begin to imagine how hard it must be for her, your mother. Only 1 month until your anniversary. I still don’t know how to properly honor your memory, to honor your life. I know there will be balloons and yellow flowers of some sort. Oh, and McArthur Park of course. We loved feeding all the crazy ducks and geese. I still do it for you. I still wish you were there to do it yourself. Someday we’ll honor you with a tree in your name. Someday. I really hope you are looking down and seeing all of the people who love you and miss you. You’ll always be…

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