Wednesday, March 31, 2010

About Eva

>>I wrote this last night, and didn't have time to post because my computer crashed minutes after I saved it.<< I had just put Lucas to sleep, and sit here to write about how my days were since my last post. But the first friend's blog I opened tonight, 2Witches, had a post that made everything else so shallow, so small... And I could do nothing but to read about this beautiful young woman who had just died after a long fight against cystic fibrosis. I've never heard about her, but her story touched me so deeply, maybe because I've watched my older sister in her own fight against cancer, another beast that haunt so many people, and next month it'll be 2 years without her. Or maybe it's because it's so late at night and the silence speaks so loud.

All I know is that I do hope this girl is now surrounded by pure light, walking to her next step, next level, filled and energized by the love her family and friends gave her when she needed.
All I know is that I do hope her family learns to smile and to laugh again sometime soon, knowing she's free now, and they had this amazing honour of being part of herpath - that's what I truly believe about every life we touch.

I'll light a candle for Eva tonight.

3 comentários:

OmaLindasOldeBaggsandStuftShirts said...

You are such an empath. Such a sweet soul. I only followed Eva within the last two months but was also touched by her tenacity and the love that surrounded her. I only hope when my time comes to cross over that I can do so with as much dignity and trust. I haven't commented very much lately and am sorry for not being a better bloggie buddy but trust I am out here keeping an eye on your lovely life. Blessings, Linda

Holly, the Old Western Gal said...

Nydia, you will wear yourself out if you go around with your heart on your sleeve!

Eva's in a better place. FACT.

But it's sad for those left behind. But only for a little while, then all will be together again!

Mama Kelly said...


I am sure that Eva is at peace, and I'm sure that her family will carry her love with them until they themselves crossover.

I can only smile when I think about how happy it would make this young woman to know that even after her death she continues to move and touch people all around the world, reminding us that the most important thing in life is to love and be loved in return.


Mama Kelly