i am watching my 4 yr old granddaughter so her mommy and daddy can have a night out, and while i was watching her, she came out of her room and asked me what i was doing cause she caught me crying, i told her i was writing to others who were sad cause they were feeling sad for losing a loved one, of course that led to more questions, but one just happened to stick hard, especially in my throat, she said she can see i was sad and asked if it was because of her big papa was gone and where did he go anyway? i told her that he left to be in heaven, and she asked where that was? i said way above the clouds, she asked if she could get there by airplane and be right back before mommy got back, she could see if he was ok and come home? i said no, you can't get there by airplane, and she couldn't go there to see him, she would have to wait awhile, her nanah would miss her too if she went there, she smiled and said " i was just going to tell him you were very sad and crying and that he should just come home for you" what do you tell this 4 yr old? how do you explain that? how do you tell her how great of a man he was?
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