Never to be forgotten. Always in Mind, Heart & Soul.

Never to be forgotten. Always in Mind, Heart & Soul.

A Story by Dawn

Tony is a single father of two children
One is Luke who is five. And the
another child is called Olivia who is Nine?

She is the spitting image
of her mother at her age now.
With dirty long blond hair
and big blue eyes with

You see Olivia the mother has
a malignant brain tumour
that is slowly killing her.
So spending quality time
with her loved ones. Is so very important
to her right now.

Outwith getting the Chemo and
Radiotherapy treatment to
prolong her life to do just that.

She has even mades some video diaries for
her children and her husband as well
A scrapbook for both her children
Of photographs and special times they
shared together before her passing comes.

Even handwritten letters to his two sisters,
brother and parents. She has undertaken
to show them how much she loves them.

As well as giving advice to her husband
and children in the diaries. She tells jokes,
reads stories and tells them how much
she loves them all.

Even telling Tony to not mixs the colours in the
washing machines but to just do
two separate washes for whites and colours.
And even given him a few cooking lessons
as well. As for how to boil an egg to even
doing a Sunday dinner for him and the kids.
And this is all written down. 

As well as to vet Olivia boyfriends when she gets
older. And to make sure her son goes to bed
every night with Mr Henry his stuffed Lion
soft toy. To help him sleep.
And Olivia loves smuggles her favourite
bunny rabbit as her
comforter at bedtime.

You see Olivia is a selfless lady with a massive
big heart and soul and a spirit that transcends
this time and dimension. In all she does.
This is just a part of who she is.

Never to be forgotten. Always in Mind, Heart & Soul.

© 2019 Dawn

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so deeply touching. wiping a tear from my eye as i type. great reminder to make the most of each day for we know not how many days we have remaining. it's the little things that are constant reminders in love ... :)

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2 Years Ago

Thank you Pete, that was kind of you to say. bless you sir. Dawn.

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