Tuesday, December 15, 2009

What Now?

Jul B. Dizon,
July 11, 1943 - December 8, 2009.

Perhaps I am still in denial. Hoping one morning, when I wake up, I would hear her playing the piano. I am still begging that this is all just a dream, a nightmare. I am praying that God takes pity on those she left behind and and turn back time and give us back my mommy.

For now, I still have no words. Just a photo of her in my mind. A constant smile that I keep seeing when my eyes are closed. For now, I will share that with you...

4 comments:

Gilbert said...

Candy:

I am so sorry for your loss.
My deepest sympathy.
Que Dios te guarde.

Gilberto.

Joy Page Manuel said...

I admire your courage to share that brief blog, Candy. Hold on to your faith and keep finding strength through prayers and the loving support of friends and family. God bless you....

Anonymous said...

My deepest sympathies and condolences to you and your family. My mother inlaw, Nena Casimiro happens to be one of your mom's good friend. She sends her condolences as well.
If it's any consolacion, rest assure that God has granted another angel in your midst.

Ann Casimiro
NYC

Leng said...

I remember reading about your mom's passing in ms. Daphne's blog. It saddened me because i am reminded of my own pains of losing a mother. You are luckier because she was with you for a long time. My mother died when i was only six years old. And now i am 58. Imagine the length of time i survived without her.

But i assure you she never left you and your siblings. Somehow, mothers make their presence felt at the time they are needed most by their children. I'm sure you have experienced such times. May her soul rest in the peace of the Lord!