November 7, 2007 is a day I will never forget. I have lost many people in my life...family and friends...to death, but they have all been people I either didn't know very well or I wasn't very close with. Six days ago on November 7, 2007 I lost my Grandma to Alzheimer's. She was the first person that has past away that was a big part of my life. I feel like she took a big part of me with her when she left. I miss her so much and I just can't believe she is gone. I have never had this happen before and I have never felt like this after a death. And it feels/seems like I am the only one that is affected by her this, and that upsets me even more. They said that if the disease would have went the way it should have she was have left over nine years ago. If anyone has any advice on how to make me feel maybe a little bit better or anything please let me know. It hasn't rained for over a week and I keep seeing rainbows. I have never seen a rainbow if it wasn't raining or just got done raining. When I see them I feel like she is with me and nothing in the world could hurt me. On November 7, 2007 my world fell apart, and that day will never be forgotten.
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