Friday, December 25, 2009

Merry Christmas...

Yesterday I was kidding about Christmas really sucks this year, well, it turns out really does. Just before I was about to publish a merry post on this Christmas Day, I received a phone call from my parents telling me that my beloved Auntie Mollie had acutely passed away due to a sudden, unexpected stroke.

I mean, I literally gave her a BIG goodbye hug about two weeks ago in Hong Kong (as I don't see her that often nowadays) while she told me she's gonna visit me from Canada in June next year. So you could imagine it's still very difficult for me to accept the fact that hug was my last contact with her, and she's now gone forever.

Joy to the World. Suddenly, it sounded so distance to me, I never ever thought it would end like this, especially at Christmas time when love and joy supposed to come down to Earth.


Lonely This Christmas...

Rest in peace my sweet 大姨 (Big Aunt, as how I'd call her in Chinese). You will be greatly missed and you will always be in my heart. Also I wish Uncle Tom all the best and lots of strength at this hard time.

Nevertheless, I still would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas. Make sure you treat every Christmas as your last Christmas and make every smile count as if your last smile. Lots of love from PR8 from the City of London x

4 comments:

raulito said...

I can imagine how you feel...sorry for your loss...
we must pick ourselves up by our bootstraps and go on...there are mothers who lose their children and somehow they find the strength to go on and they tell me that is the hardest loss to overcome.
Hope you have a prosperous and better 2010
saludos,
raulito
http://fromtop2bttm.blogspot.com/

thegayte-keeper said...

YOU HAVE MY CONDOLENCES...

Juan Torres said...

I just wanted to wish you the same: Merry, Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year (you will see 2010 is going to be better).
A big hug to you from Spain,
Juan

thewhitecat said...

Sending you prayers & love from Canada...take good care of yourself during this difficult time.