Hi gracie!!! I've missed you for the times we weren't able to have class. Huhuhuhuh! Anyway, don't worry I know and it's not your fault. I am indeed happy to see you again!!!
By the way about you're grandfather. I'm sorry to hear that and I was praying for him as you've asked. Gracie, there are phenomena in life that are so difficult to understand but we have to bear with it. We should learn acceptance, fight back the grief and move on. Go on living coz life is just a cycle. Stop blaming yourself. I been through your situation, you know. And it really hurts a lot.
My brother isn't so close to me. So is his wife. She died of cancer 5 months ago. Before that we never talked much, see each other nor share time together. i just felt really bad that we never got that chance to patch things up before she finally left this world. I've realized how short life was by then. she was only 34-a ballerina, a doctor, a sports enthusiast (taekwondo), a philanthropist. She was a great woman I know. Then I asked, "Why her?" Then it caught me. Each of us live on this earth for a mission. I believe she has accomplished hers. Thus, God took her already. That's why when we're still alive, we should make the most out of ourselves. Live life to the fullest. Make your life be an example for others to follow. Set a good example. You don't have to please everyone coz that's quite impossible. Pleasing yourself and God above all, is more worthwhile. Have a purpose in life. Aim for it and hit your target.
So stop sulking! Whatever happens to your grandpa! Acceptance is the key to healing. Remember, God has a reason for all that's happening on this earth. He would take care of your grandpa. And in the next life, no doubt he'll be in peace and pure joy. So don't be sad. Be happy for him. Okay?
That was quite long and dramatic too. Was that me? kkkk! See you tomorrow! Mwah!!! Have a great day!!!