English 101 / section #1
February 19, 2013
The loss of a loved one will leave you feeling empty inside as if the world will never be the same again and nothing will ever be able to heal your pain. But the truth is that time heals all wounds and the world keeps on going as if nothing happened. We all like to live as thought death dose not exists But yet it dose exists and it is amazing how many things we take for granted. We make plans for the day, and don't think twice about how those plans can be taken away in the blink of an eye. I never thought much about it myself, I am one of those people who think nothing bad can happen to one of the people that I love; death is something that I will never understand the meaning of or why it has to happen so sudden. When I was younger I use to think it will never happen to one of my family members like we each had a shield from death around us , until I was faced with the shock of losing the one person that I would have never have pictured losing so soon, the undeniable truth of my uncle Tony’s death. I don't think anyone really thinks about tragedy until they are actually faced with shocking news. Truth of the matter is the people you love always make you promises, one of their favorite promises is there never going to leave you they promise to be there forever.
My Uncle, he was always constantly around, when my birthday rolled around he was the first one at the door knocking. I would ran as fast as I could to be the first one to jump up and give him a big giant hug and a big kiss on the cheek, with many gifts in hand big boxes little boxes all for me. For Christmas he would be around the family tree helping us decorate the biggest tree he could find in the city witch wasn’t easy. When thanksgiving came around the family would go to Virginia to my grandparents’ house it was something we called a” family tradition”. It was the only...
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