Monday, we lost our grandma. She was in ICU since the 4th of July and we knew she was a fighter so she held on for as long as she could. Even when you know death is right there at the corner you are never prepared for it. All her grandkids (30), great grandkids (50) and the remainder of her kids, my aunt Tina and uncle Charles remained by her side the entire time.
My grandma was loved by many. She was one of the grandma that everyone knew, loved and respected. She had people calling her grandma even though she wasn’t their blood relative.
After this week passed, I had a talk with my cousins and sisters saying, it sounds weird but I’m glad my mom passed before her mom. Because we know she wouldn’t be able to handling watching her mother pass. We agreed that she wouldn’t be able to come back from that, she already was going through it when my grandma first got sick.
81 years of life, and you impacted some many people. We when lay your body to rest, we carry you with us. We remain #KELLYSTRONG