Remembering the Ones I Love

Family photoMy grandmother has been gone for a year now. This past Christmas I didn’t buy her a present. In February, we didn’t celebrate her birthday. This will be the second Mother’s Day that I haven’t sent her flowers or fruit or candy.

And I miss her.

When I travel home to WV, it’s often a quick trip. Usually a three-day weekend. Not so long ago, that weekend needed to include visits with my mom, dad, brother, grandmother, and great aunt. Now Aunt Bess and Grandma Burla are gone and visits are easier to coordinate. I can’t really say I’m glad about that.

But I am glad that in those days when I had to plan my trips down to the minute to make sure I had time with everyone, I often thought about how it wouldn’t always be that way. I knew this day would come.

And knowing that I appreciated and treasured time with those ladies who were so dear to me, makes missing them a little bit easier.

Published by Sarah Loudin Thomas

Author, wife, child of God.

4 thoughts on “Remembering the Ones I Love

  1. Aww, I’m so sorry for your loss. I wish I knew my Arab grandmother longer, she was full of mischief and spoke only five words in English. Dairy, queen, Kentucky, fried and chicken. She’d wink at us, call my dad and command him to take us somewhere. She was awesome.

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