Ramona

Mom to Sarah

January 24th, 2010 – May 30th, 2011

and Aidan & Sophie

September 5th, 2010 – May 30th, 2011

Newcastle, UK

My three angels Sarah, Aidan and Sophie passed away caused to car accident.

30 May 2011 started just like other ordinary day…I went to the hospital because of a brain tumor and my babies were home with the nanny.  After some hours the nanny called my sister telling her she had to go out with the babies. But after 30 minutes my sister, who was sitting in the room with me, went out and came in after few minutes crying. When I saw her face I knew something happened. She told me they had car accident and are in way to hospital…that moment I started crying like never before, but after one hour finding out my twins Aidan and Sophie passed away and Sarah was in cerebral death broke my heart. I just wanted to scream and cry at the same time. Ten minutes later Sarah passed away too. At that moment I felt there was no reason for me to live…for who to live if my babies are not here with me.

That night, I coudn’t do anything else than cry. Next couple of days I was spending all day at the graveyard talking to them. My hubby was trying to make me smile but I was thinking what’s the point to smile, what reason do I have to smile and I was so angry on him. Now after three months not many things changes. I still can’t believe my babies are gone and I’m gonna see them play again or hear them laugh and watch them growing and changing everyday. I’m wondering if this – cry every night – will ever stop. I’m wondering how they would look now mostly because on 5 September was my twins first birthday. I can’t wait to see my angels again and hold them in my arms and never let them go!

Ramona can be contacted at insha_huby559@yahoo.com

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Comments

  1. Harlowe says:

    I’m so sorry, my heart breaks for you and your family.

Show Your Support

*

Blog Archive

Graphic Design by


© 2011 Faces of Loss, Faces of Hope | PO Box 26131 | Minneapolis, MN 55426 | Contact Us