Appreciating Loved Ones

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I never used to think that one day I would lose my grandfather. I had always thought he would always be there when I needed him. When I lost my grandpa, I lost my best friend the one I would call for anything I needed. Such as when I needed someone to talk to someone or just to call him to see what he was doing. It had never occurred to me a lot of bad things happen in this world, such as losing someone. Losing a loved one can cause you to learn so many things positive and negative. I for myself can say I learned a few things such as encouraging words can change a person’s mind set and you should treasure your loved ones. Although I learned some of life’s lessons, it still is a terrible way to learn them. When my grandfather was alive we did a lot of activities together. He would sometimes get me and my sister from school, and we would get ice cream or go to the park. He took me and my sister fishing a few times. He also showed us how to make a kite. During the summer he would take me and my sister swimming at a pool near his house. He took us to the beach and once took us scuba diving. Four years ago on my birthday he came to my house and he took me, my sister, brother, and mom out to eat. Then he took me to the mall to buy clothing of my choice. The next day around 1:30 my mom received a phone call from my grandfather saying he wasn’t feeling well. We rushed to his house and he wasn’t able to get up, so we called an ambulance. He was hospitalized for liver failure. For the next two weeks we had gone to visit him at Chippenham Hospital. In the first week he wasn’t really able to talk, because they put an air tube down his throat. In the second week he was talking to me and my other family members. He apologized to my grandmother for all the wrong he did when they were married. My family members included my seven aunts, three uncles, and eight cousins, my mom and dad, and my grandmother. The last three days of his life were going rather well. He had...
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