An Interactive Twilight Experience.
My Grandma, she was my best friend. I could tell her any thing and she wouldn't yell at me or tell me what I should do. She would just listen. In January of 2009 she was told she hand lung cancer, it was the second time, the first time she had cancer they removed the tumor it was in, I was about 6 when that happend.
She had one round of cemo therphy.
I went to go see her Wednesday Febuary 2, 2009. My cousin had a basketball game so we wne to see her, we(my sister and I) bye and we'll see her later. When the game was over the plan was to go back over to my Grandma and papa's house, but she was sick and my dad said it was best not to.
On Febuary 5,2009 at 6:35 a.m my dad called and my mom woke me and my sister up and hands us the phone putting it on speaker, then my dad told me the worest words that I everything that I would hear.
"Lindsey, Grace, your Grandma died earlier this mornig."
I could tell his voice was breaking, he was in St. Pete with her. Mom told us we won't going to school, but htats all I wanted to do was go to school. When I got they I ran strat to prayer group, and cried and cried being held by my friends. I went and put mystuff in my classroom and my teacher saw my eyes and asked me what wrong and I cried and cried some more.
THat weekend was Revolve Tour, and me and my sister went, and pretended that nothing was wrong. And I worked to Natile Grant came on stage and sang "In Better Hands Now", I broke down crying my eys out, I cry till I was dry sobbing. Then that night lieing in bed the tears returned.
I had to attend 2 funerals for her, one in St. Peter were she lived and the second in Fort Odgen the place she loved.
I was told not to cry, that I had to be strong for my Grandpa and dad. I looked over and saw my 2 younger cousin one of them was crying and her younger brother was asking were Grandma was not understand what was going on.
I was mad for so long at God that he took her from me and my family. I stoped doing things that I loved.
It wasn't and till that year at camp that I relized she's not gone. She's my Grandma, my Best Friend, but she's also my Angel, watching over me and protecting my family