The day that changed my life!
Today is the saddest day of my life. When I was a child I had that one important person I could always go to. He was my grandpa, he was my best friend, and with him I shared some of the happiest moments of my life. Everything was happiness and I lived in a beautiful world. But a horrible moment arrived and everything finished. When I received the most confusing and saddest news of my life.
On October 14th 2008 my grandpa died it started out good and turned bad like an apple. That day I was in school. I was in P.E. it was raining so that meant one thing and one thing only dodge ball. When I walked up from the locker room I was called to the office. My mom was standing there with sunglasses on and me thinking what and the heck it is raining not it is not sunny out. I had realized she had also pulled my brothers and sister out of class. We all go in the vehicle and headed down the road. She had finally told us what was going on. She said “your grandpa is dying we need to go see him. I could only try to understand what she was telling us. Once it hit me I couldn’t cry, eat, or anything. My mind went back to when we played games like chess, checkers, solitary, and chase the dog. My grandpa was kind, had good personality, had many goals, and always had a good attitude.
When we arrived to my grandpas the only thing I saw was the lonely bed of my grandpa, in that moment I felt an immense sadness in my heart, that moment was when I could actually fully understand what was happening. Never again will my grandpa be with me.
After I had started to understand everything my family and some of my grandpas friends were all at my grandpas house to say their last goodbyes. It had to have been one of the most emotional things that have ever happened to me in my life, and one I will never forget. When all the people left my parents and all of us grandkids stayed after along with one of my grandpa’s friend John Gater. He had told us he needed to...
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