Ride along and share in my life as a parent who dreams of being a famous writer. Taking each day as it comes and hoping for the best
Tuesday, October 6
Every new begining comes from some other beginings end
So the day that in some ways I feel I have been waiting for most of my adult life finally arrived today. One would think that after all the anticipation I would have some idea of what it would be like, but of course I had none.
I have spent many hours trying to imagine what it would be like, only truth be told no one could really predict such things, well not unless they were psychic and sadly I am not. In fact I am far from it. None of the scenarios my mind had previously created for the event bared any resemblance to the way in which it finally occurred, other than of course the final out come. And to tell you the truth of all the days I thought it would happen, today wasn't even one of them. In fact only this morning I was chirping at how well he was doing.
For those yet to work out what I am rambling about I guess I best just come out and say it. My father passed away this afternoon.
It is still all a bit of a blur really, which I imagine is only to be expected. You may in fact be wondering why after only seven and a half hours of coming to terms with it all I am even here. For me it seems the most sensible place to be. Actually ever since it happened my mind has been spinning with words that would create this post. Naturally now though my previously full brain is now not much more than an empty nest.
So on that note I might leave it for now, rest assured though I will be back. There is still much to share, like how I will adjust to life without my father. My days pretty much revolved around seeing him. Helping my two precious daughters cope with their grief will not be easy. They may not understand the concept of death but they know how much it hurts to be told they will never see their grampa again. Part of me thinks that as much as I will gain strength from them both, I will need it to pass straight to them. Time will tell and thankfully with time all will heal.
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Rhianna, I'm sorry to hear about the passing of your father. I suspect you have a long way to go before you are really at peace with him, and for leaving you.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your thoughts with me on your random ramblings, I didn't wonder at all why you are here so soon, between you and writing, there will come more grounding and realisations.
I hope your family finds peace in this time of emotional turmoil.
Loves, and sending back some of the many fairy wishes and butterfly kisses you have sent me over time.
[I Like your title, it rings true]