A possibility arises, we daydream, we take a chance, we allow ourselves to feel joy.
I did not plan on going to the hospital on this day but my mother received a phone call. That one call was my reason for being waken up at 4 a. One call changed my life forever.
A person from the hospital called and said that my grandmother was not breathing normally. After we got to the hospital we find out that the cancer she was diagnosed with has affected her breathing, which caused tubes to be placed in her to make sure she stays alive.
I remember hearing all these doctors and nurses ask me and my family to make decisions on the plans for my grandmother.
I was only fifteen years old so I did not understand what was really going on. Her skin color remained The day my life was changed same but her eyes never opened. As much as I reassured her that I would be by her side I was scared that she did not hear me since she never woke up.
Sitting at her bedside gave me nothing but to time to reminisce on how she made an impact on my life. From the time I was born my grandma has been the truest friend I know.
Once I got to high school I found myself being introduced to more obstacles but I always knew that I could call on my grandmother when I felt like I could not overcome them.
I remember specifically when I was the age of fourteen just beginning my sophomore year of high school and I got my first C on my report card.
The grade upset me causing me to put myself down but the person who quickly picked me up was my grandmother telling me that she was proud of me. Those few words stopped every tear from flowing giving me a sign of relief. Each time when I did not want to believe things would be okay in any situation my grandma did whatever she could to make me a believer.
My grandmother constantly told me what I needed to know in order to live. Her way of sharing knowledge through stores and lectures opened my eyes to the endless possibilities I have as a person. Each message I acquired is and will continue to be used for as long as I live.
For as long as she lived my grandmother has been the reason I have developed a love for reading. She bought me my first book and on the day of her death I felt as if I would not be able to enjoy reading as much as I did before since I had no one to discuss the books with.
Not only did we read books but also we were working on a scrapbook the year before she got sick. This book illustrated some of my favorite memories with her from that start the day I was born.
She never played any instruments but she really appreciated the music by artists such as Otis Redding, Sam Cooke and Nancy Wilson. It seems as if my grandmother is singing to me telling me that things will be easier and get brighter day-by-day.
In fact I got introduced to this song by watching the movie Crooklyn which starred Alfre Woodard as a other who was a person who was the backbone for her family then she passed away but still constantly remind her husband and children that things were going to get easier like the words in the song.
Each day my grandmother lived she made sure she was uplifting me with her spirit making sure I knew that things would get better each day. As inspiring as my grandmother was, in return, I hope I am making her just as proud.
Once my grandmother passed I took her obituary and put it under my pillow so every night I felt as if I was sleeping right next to her. I found doing that was comforting to me because it would help me cope with her death. I then began to use other pictures I had of us when I was younger as a way to help ease the pain I felt along with reminding me of the memories we shared which made me feel as if she was still here.
I have learned to deal with it but I still have not overcome it.The Day My Life Changed I stepped through the door to my grandmother and grandfather's home without even a knock. My grandpa looked up from the television he was watching, from his cozy comer chair.
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