My mom’s Obituary
Miss You Mom 💕
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My mom’s Obituary
Jenny sent me this the other day. I really did not think that there was a photo of Sonya, Clara, and I. Okay so it is not the best photo. It is from a few years ago and I was in the hospital after almost dying from a septic infection, but I am still glad Jenny found the photo. Thanks Jenny.
I think someone is trying to distract us.
My mom passed overnight. She will be greatly missed by so many, but she is no longer in pain. This is the worse year of my life it is just one f’ing nightmare after another.
I just got a call from my dad. My brother James and him are visiting my mom at the hospital. He called to tell me her health has had a bad turn for the worse. She has been fighting health issues for over ten years and I really hope she pulls through again, but I am really worried this she may not.
We have now been trying for months now to get Sonya’s car from Orlando. This process has been a total nightmare. People who promised to help but just blew off appointments to pick up the keys from the Orlando Sharif evidence department, others canceled their trips. Every plan just keeps falling through. We have now reached a hard deadline. If we don’t get the car picked up in the next few days, it will be towed.
So today another friend is schedled to pick up the keys at 3pm. He is going to drive the car back to Illinois. I am praying this plan works.
UPDATE: He has the car. It should be back in Illinois in a few days.
I am really missing Sonya today. This is the first time in 13 years I will not see her on my birthday.
I large piece of my heart is now in heaven. I really miss you, Sonya.
Please consider giving to the GoFundMe we have setup for Sofia (Sonya)’s daughter Clara. https://gofund.me/e1bc747b
I need to find a way to get past the overwhelming moments of anxiety and grief I am having every day. They are ripping me apart inside. It has been impossible for me to study. I can’t even complete simple everyday tasks.