I thought that maybe I would get a little break from death this year, but I guess I was naive into thinking that. I go into work tonight after my days off to find that my co-worker passed away from a heart attack. It will be the one year mark next month from my dad passing away from a cardiac arrest, so it brought up so many feelings for me. Mary-Jo was such a kind-hearted woman and she was like a second Mom to me. She would always give me advice whenever I needed it and was very motherly. Tonight felt like a void without her there. I know that she is not in anymore pain, but it still hurts just the same. It's just not fair.
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