My dad read this to me a very long time ago and it wasn't till recently that I finally got to personally understand it.
"I firmly believe that any man's finest hour, the greatest fulfilment of all that he holds dear, is that moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle - victorious."
Since my mother has been gone. She passed away Monday,May 13, between 3:00 and 5:00 that morning. An autopsy has confirmed it was from a heart attack and I still cannot believe she is dead
A wake was done on Thursday, the funeral was Friday and during the weekend family has sent me some family pictures of her I didn't have and presents for me. I am still very upset about all of this and especially very sad that she had to go so soon since she was only 42.I loved her so much but for many years she has been in a lot of pain (had a lot of medical problems along with being crippled) so I atleast know that she is now in a better place and is no longer in pain. I'm trying to be strong and I'm sure it will be easier to deal with in time though. Just thought I should let you all know.
Mood: Trying to hold on to reality Music: Painting the white to grey - Chimaira
I guess her mom's dead? That's what she said in one of the comments. Still, she's young and someone is in charge of her. And that person is clearly a moron for letting a young girl go out with a 24 year old guy. Btw, this journal wasn't about that girl who commented on this journal. Hahah, it was totally about a member of this website.
My condolences man. I wish you the best. I understand it will be harder since she is in another country. But if you ever need anyone to talk to for any reason you can contact me. Your like a brother to me but even closer. I hope you hold up as well as you can. Remember to eat, try to sleep when you can, and do your best not to close off.