When I was younger, she'd visit the Aunties all the time. She'd always park around the back and come through the backdoor despite it wasn't the main entrance into the house. The last time I saw her was when Aunty Marva passed and we were all at Ma's place. I don't think she recognized me then, it had been years since I'd seen her prior to that.
I only have fond memories of her and consider myself, because of the relationship she had with my Aunties and Grandmother, quite fortunate to have known her to such an extent.
She'd been in a resthome for maybe 2 years, so when her health took a turn for the worst a few weeks ago, I wanted my family to know that they had my support and love. I communicated for a day or two with a cousin who told me Aunty Moe had your funeral program in her room. I was glad to hear this .. that she remembered who you were, because I gave cousin a message to give to her to give to you when she got there.
If you haven't received the message already, you will.
It's the same thing I've been saying every day for the last 152 days.
That I miss you.
See you again Aunty Moe.
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