The Last Roses Page 2

The Last Roses Page 2


. . . . that there was absolutely no reason not to go for a ride. So, armed with herroses, my dad and mother left the hospital, got into their car, anddrove away.

It was only a few short hours later that they returned. My momcouldn’t walk very well then and was helped back into bed toimmediately go to sleep.

There would be no more car rides. The end wasvery near. I left shortly after that and it was with the next two daysthat she passed away.

Was It A Miracle
No one will ever know what caused this miraculous change.

Was itbecause of a few simple roses as the final act of love, was it apassionate desire to live on earth and do what was done for many yearsas a pleasure?

Or, maybe it was a heavenly way for my dad to say fondfarewell while engaged in an activity that they both loved.

The emotion that lies at the surface at the loss of a parent is onethat will be forever born as life goes on. There is no forgetting,there is no time that sees it fade, and there is no replacement everfound. Each one of us must deal with death at some point; it is neversomething that anyone is fully prepared for even if warning signs areobvious.

To Summarize,
No one will ever know what caused this miraculous change.

Life must be lived to the fullest each day; laughter must bea component of each day, and ensure that those you love know it beforeyou cannot tell them ever again.

Inspirational Quotes for Reflection:
“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” Albert Einstein

“Be realistic. Expect a miracle.” Ian Growler

“Life is a brief intermission, between birth and death, enjoy it.” M K Soni

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