To my Mop

A few months back, right after Relay I posted about my aunt who was given a terminal diagnosis. We were told she wouldn’t be with us much longer. Just a month or so after that, we were told my uncle also had cancer and we’d have about three years left with him. We had no idea we’d only have about another month with him. A week ago we lost him. I knew my aunt (his wife) would grieve and I also knew that we wouldn’t have much longer with her. I didn’t know it would only be days. Last night we lost her too. So they died just a little over a week apart. I started not to share this very personal part of my real life but I changed my mind. I will forever hate cancer. I will forever Relay for the hope that one day we will no longer have to suffer pain like this. We watched as cancer wreaked its havoc on her body. We watched her lose her hair, we watched her lose weight and become unable to even get herself up from a sitting position. We watched as sores formed all over her arms and face due to the medications we hoped somehow would give us time with her. I have to wonder now if the time we had left with her was worth what she suffered. What made this worse was that although cancer had wrecked my aunt’s little body, COVID took her to the grave. Why? Because someone refused to wear a mask at her husband’s funeral. This person didn’t even know she had COVID but she wore no mask because..it was ” her right not to wear it” I knew we were losing my aunt. We all knew. We didn’t have to lose her to COVID though. We now have to wait for her body to be released because there are special precautions that have to be taken when someone dies with COVID. I guess I say all that to say this. Please wear your friggin mask. Your rights shouldn’t put others in danger.
To my Mop – I will love you forever. Thank you for being exactly who you were in my life. Thank you for always loving me. Thank you for letting me skip school at your house. You will be forever and ever missed. Give everyone a big hug for me.

A few months back, right after Relay I posted about my aunt who was given a terminal diagnosis. We were told she wouldn’t be with us much longer. Just a month or so after that, we were told my uncle also had cancer and we’d have about three years left with him. We had no idea we’d only have about another month with him. A week ago we lost him. I knew my aunt (his wife) would grieve and I also knew that we wouldn’t have much longer with her. I didn’t know it would only be days. Last night we lost her too. So they died just a little over a week apart. I started not to share this very personal part of my real life but I changed my mind. I will forever hate cancer. I will forever Relay for the hope that one day we will no longer have to suffer pain like this. We watched as cancer wreaked its havoc on her body. We watched her lose her hair, we watched her lose weight and become unable to even get herself up from a sitting position. We watched as sores formed all over her arms and face due to the medications we hoped somehow would give us time with her. I have to wonder now if the time we had left with her was worth what she suffered. What made this worse was that although cancer had wrecked my aunt’s little body, COVID took her to the grave. Why? Because someone refused to wear a mask at her husband’s funeral. This person didn’t even know she had COVID but she wore no mask because..it was ” her right not to wear it” I knew we were losing my aunt. We all knew. We didn’t have to lose her to COVID though. We now have to wait for her body to be released because there are special precautions that have to be taken when someone dies with COVID. I guess I say all that to say this. Please wear your friggin mask. Your rights shouldn’t put others in danger.
To my Mop – I will love you forever. Thank you for being exactly who you were in my life. Thank you for always loving me. Thank you for letting me skip school at your house. You will be forever and ever missed. Give everyone a big hug for me.

I was able to set this scene in dedication to my aunt with the help of the beautiful items from Knick Knacks Interior framed panel @Shiny Shabbyhttp://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Luxe/175/172/33La bibliothèque (pack 2), buffet and statue are @Cosmopolitan http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/No%20Comment/131/61/22::KKs:: purity – round box Augh group gift – Main Store ::KKs:: 2 lace curtains Pack – Main Store ::KKs:: le jardin d’amour – vieux voletsIn world store http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Needing%20Point/32/194/2501Market Place – https://marketplace.secondlife.com/fr-FR/stores/128031

Published by Abi

Friendly and somewhat outgoing. I love people and love to laugh. Taking pictures and exploring are what I enjoy most in Secondlife. Owner of The Cove, where I have the most remarkable group of friends a girl could ever ask for. If you're out and about stop by and see us. ( http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Martinique%20Island/182/136/8 ). We really do welcome new friends.

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