The sadness of death…….

Yes, I know it is inevitable, but when you lose someone that you knew or loved or at least liked a lot….the finality of the end of life is simply empty.
A family member, a friend or a pet can simply drain you of all emotions.
I lost my Mom when she was only 55, and I had just turned 23. This was way too young for both of us.
I now have lived much longer than the time that I ever knew her.
Reading of the death of Patrick Swayze, and the murder of the Yale Medical student, the death of a high school friend and the death of my sister in laws sister….has brought the brevity of life into a very clear focus.
I wish you to cherish today, or this evening. Enjoy your friends, your loves, your pets, your family and more important enjoy the quality of your life.The beauty of laughter is soooo cool. Make an effort to smile more….it sounds trite, but damn it is so true. Laugh and love your life starting now. Seriously, you may only have a few moments left. You are worth it, you are worth it….you truly are worth it. Celebrate and love who you are!
Eileen

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  1. Esther (Essie) Cruz
    Esther (Essie) Cruz says:

    Hello Eileen, I thought I’d stop in and say hello. I enjoyed reading your blog this evening. Thank you for reminding me that we must celebrate and love who we are! “Because I am truly worth it.”

    Thank you my friend.

    Essie Cruz,
    Weichert Realtors

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  2. Esther (Essie) Cruz
    Esther (Essie) Cruz says:

    Hello Eileen, I thought I’d stop in and say hello. I enjoyed reading your blog this evening. Thank you for reminding me that we must celebrate and love who we are! “Because I am truly worth it.”

    Thank you my friend.

    Essie Cruz,
    Weichert Realtors

    Reply

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