The past three months have been somewhat rough. Although things are going well at work, excluding social networking and blogging woes, it’s obvious that I have an actual life. The past weeks was rather tough since my grandmother has passed away yesterday at 91 years old from an untreated sepsis.
While I got to visit her two times before things took a turn for the worse, my younger sister had it rough since she and my parents visited her almost every day until the end. Still, it’s rather sad to lose her considering that she took care of me and my younger sister when we were younger and she gave out some money when she was healthier.
From this, this definitely bought out the worst of my relatives or rather my uncles and aunts given that all of them except my mother and one uncle decided not to treat her from a vote. If they decided to treat her, there is a possibly of her living a bit longer, which is something that she wanted. The worst part is that other family members didn’t get a say in the matter, which is why some are angry at their decision.
Understandably, while it’s unfortunate that it has to end this way, there is a life lesion to be learned. One should appreciate their parents and not take advantage of them since they worked hard to raise you. One should eventually return the favor. Thankfully, I am grateful to have support from my coworkers, friends, my younger sister and parents to get through this sad situation and I hope my grandmother will rest in peace.