Losing someone

Last week, I got a very emotional phone call. My friends mother died.

Around 12 PM my friend called me. He told me that his mother went for a workout in the garage. His dad later walked into the garage to find his wife collapsed on the ground. They called the ambulance and did CPR. But it was too late.

When I heard the new is cried really hard. She was such a sweet woman. The week before the news I even spoke to her. She was very welcoming to me whenever I came over.

I couldn’t believe she was just gone like that. It made me realize that you should always solve an argument because you never know when you are going to lose that person.

His brother is an artist and was working on a new project two weeks before his mother died. He had to paint coffins and had a studio at his house. It gave me chills when he said ‘painting my first coffin, I never thought it would me for my mom. But I am glad she could see my work’.

My friend told me that the hardest part of losing his mother isn’t the fact that she died but the fact that she can’t meet his girlfriend, watch him grow up, be on his wedding and meet his kids. And that really hit me.

I’m still devastated my the fact that she isn’t here anymore. I am going to make sure my friend feels loved. I will take care of him and we will go through this together.

Have you ever lost someone unexpectedly? How did you deal with it?


One thought on “Losing someone

  1. I’m sorry about that your loss. Losing someone is never easy!
    About a year ago now, my grandmother passed and there’s not one day that goes by that I don’t think of her or miss her!
    Thank you for sharing something as personal as this and sending prayers and good thoughts your way🙏👍❤️

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