Well Yesturday, January 23, 2008 was the day that my grandmother in Mexico passed away. When I heard that she had died, I was at work and just got on my break. I couldn't believe it! It's not fair, why did she have to go?? Why did God have to take her away from me. I just hate the fact that she is gone. It hurts so bad. I ended up going home early and from there my mom came and picked me up. My father was going to Mexico this Saturday but he went last night. This is the first time that I have lost someone on my dad's side. She helped me with my dad and the problems that he and I were going through. I just still can't believe it. The weird thing though, was that when I got up that morning, I had a thought that if she died Feb. 23 she would have died the same day as my grandpa on my mom's side. It was weird when I relooked at what I had thought this morning, because she died on the 23 but it is Jan. not Feb. I miss her so much already. I want to go to her funeral, but I don't know when that is. Losing someone really sucks and it hurts so much!!
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