You know what I thought this noon ? some letters my grandma kept for us to find, after her funeral. Some were love letters from my grandpa, some were personal notes to explain us about things in her life, to clear misunderstandings, and some were just her notes to herself. I remembered how old the papers were, and how overwhelmed we were when we sat together, reading those letters. She was most special lady I know in my life. She had a very full life, and precious memories to everyone who knows her. May she rest in peace. Miss you so much, gram..
But my point is.. It is very sweet to leave some words, to those you leave behind when your time come. Not a letter you write when you’re dying, it mostly causes tears, but those you write when you feel like you wanna laugh and want your grand daughter to laugh too when she reads about that. Those moments when you’re so in love with this great man, and want to share that butterfly feeling with your daughter. Things that needs to be written in that very moment, when you still smile when you type the first word 🙂
Well.. this is my new year resolution… I pray google a long life, so my grand daughter can still access this page and smile.