12 years today..

Yet another year has passed since you were taken away from us, and I can honestly say we all think about you every single day Bamps. You had such an impact on all of our lives, you were such a wonderful genuine human being, and it was a such shame that such a caring person got taken from us so young so tragically. I still remember the exact moment I found out that you’d passed and how crushed I felt, as if my heart had been torn out of my chest… I’ll always remember you, you were my first ever best friend.  I’ll keep trying my best to do you proud Bamps, my love always, RIP x

Loosing someone is never easy and people say it gets easier, but in my case, I disagree I don’t think it gets easier, the thought of never seeing or hearing that certain person’s voice ever again crushes me… I guess you just somehow learn to deal with the pain, and you get on with your life. You go to work, you go to school, you just carry on as normal. It doesn’t mean for one single second that you’ve forgotten about them it’s the complete opposite actually. Every person deals with death in their own certain way and this is mine and how I think about it… They wouldn’t want you mourning over them, staying in night after night being sad, remembering all the times you had together and how you’re never going to experience their touch or even hear their laughter again. You go out you have fun, but you don’t forget. It’s fine every now and again to have a night in and to relive the memories but you can’t let it take over your life, they wouldn’t want that. Remember them in their prime, not when they got sick, a disease/sickness will change a person, so remember them as they were all those years ago when they were truly happy. Make sure you  live your life to the full, and make them proud. Do all the things you want to do, even all the things that they weren’t able to do because of this unfortunate account, be greatful that you’re alive, because as we all know, life is too short… just make sure you make the most of it – and have no regrets…




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