What do you say when the words just aren't there?
How can you possibly sum up the life of a soul who changed yours forever?
How do you begin to fathom a life lost that you wrongly and naively believed would always be there?
The world lost a beautiful, amazing woman last night and I don't think it has fully sunk in yet.
Over the next few hours, days and weeks, I know it will hit me, and I will inevitably crumble into a sobbing mess of a person. But right now, I just feel numb.
I lost my Grandma.
I am thankful the pain is gone.
I am thankful for the family and the legacy she left behind.
I am thankful for her eternal love and support.
Not many people truly understand me. Mind, body and soul. But my Grandma did.
She was a beacon of light and joy when things in life were bad, really bad.
She was my biggest cheerleader.
She was my best teacher.
Even as I type these words. They all seem wrong. There is no way to adequately convey the impact this woman had on my life.
So until this all sinks and until I find the words (if I ever do), I sit here. Numb.