Love Them Like You Never Seen Again

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January 31, 2015 Love Them Like You Never Seen Again As a child you grow up thinking life last forever. You never imagine someone you love so much could leave you in a second. The fact is we all never wanted to loss a love one. When it happens to you young or old the pain is hard to bear. Only if you were given a second chance to love that person like you never see then again. Would you? I would. I would shower her with all my love and cherish her beautiful soul. The women I long to be one day, my mommy. It was January 10, 1997 the day I wish I could rewind and to love her like I’ll never see her again. That last morning I saw my mom, only if I got the chance to tell her one last time that I love her. Only if I got one last chance to hug and kiss her. Only if I got one last time to cherish her. I remember it like it was yesterday. One of the most painful experiencing I’ve went through in my life. I hope when you read my story you will love your love ones more then you did a second ago. It was about 2:30 am the house phone ranged. I wake my sister up became the loud ringing would not stop. When I got out the bed to tell her the phone was ringing I realized that my mother was not lying next to me. “Satta mommy has not come home yet.” When I told her that, she said to me “what do you mean?” “I heard the phone ringing but I wanted to wake you up so you can answer the phone”. My sister then got out of bed and we both went to the living room where the house phone was. I remember the light flashing on the phone like the light on a police car. The number of messages on the phone read three. As my sister pressed the play button on the phone I felt a not in the pit of my stomach. I felt as if I know already it would be bad news. The first message played and said…...

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