To friends and family members I’ve lost touch with and those who have tried to reach out in the past or recently, I’m sorry.
I’m sorry we lost touch/I didn’t do my part in the friendship. I know, I know…life gets in the way sometimes. We grow up and do bigger, better things. Naturally, people grow apart. That’s okay.
There are old friends/family that tried to reconnect with me and I didn’t do much about it. I’m sorry I didn’t. I’m sorry that you are no longer in my life. I’m sorry I didn’t keep it up.
I appreciate everyone that came to the hospital or sent messages of love. My heart is so big. People from my past came out of the woodwork, individuals that I would have never expected anything from. It kills me that I don’t remember everyone there or remember everything that was said or given to me.
My parents and sister have done the best they can to share what they do remember of February/March and onwards. There was a lot going on for everybody, not only for me.
I just wanted to use this post to thank everyone. Thank you driving up to Long Island from Pennsylvania and Middletown. Thank you for flying from Florida to see me. Thank you for making my family feel at ease. Thank you for the handmade gifts and gifts. Everyone knows me too well…Thank you for it all. Thank you for thinking of me even though we have nothing in common. I’m thankful for all that was done. I don’t know how I could ever return the favor. Even though what you did was small in your eyes, it meant the world to me.
I have quite a few mandalas from those who got the chance to color one in for me. I have some cards. I have my Disney paraphernalia except the Belle that Stephanie gave me 😦 sorry Steph! I promise it was given a new home! ❤️
The world is small yet big. We’re surrounded by all these people. There are people that think of you even if you don’t think of them. People appreciate you more than you know it. Even if someone pisses you off they have a place in your life. Good or bad. Either way, appreciate them. You never know when that’ll be the last time you share an interaction with that person. Unless they’re a true psychopath or sociopath, everyone has some good in there somewhere.
Thank you and I love you. I, for real, do.