Hey mum! Hopefully your fine and all is perfect in heaven. I miss you, and I have missed you a lot.
Today I write to you even when I won’t receive a reply I am hoping my heart will speak to you the words in this letter.
It’s been 12 years since death robbed me of you. Even when we are worlds apart, you still live on in my heart and my mind.
It’s sad that death did not only rob me of you physically but it took along with it all the kisses, hugs, the smiles, laughters, bonding moments and so much more.
I turned 22 last week and your the only one who didn’t wish me a happy +1 and I was really wishing you were here to give me a hug, look into my eyes and see how far I have come in life, all the things I have achieved in my life and be proud of me.
A journey of 1000 miles starts with a single step and am happy I was able to take my first steps with you, and even now when am left to walk alone I know you still walk besides me.
Life has not be perfect but I have been able to put up a good fight and I still am. And I am thankful to your fighting spirit and perseverance.
Red is the magical color of roses
Red is the feeling of warmth
Red is the sweet taste of strawberries
And the spicy taste of hot pepper
Red is the sweet smell of red wine
Red is the sound of surprise, very loud and alarming
Red is anger and danger But
Anger is just another emotional that occurs naturally when we feel frustrated by the things happening around us or when someone tries to hurt or threatens us.
And just like any other emotion anger comes with a little pour of adrenaline that affects how we react when we are angry.
How your react when angry will the determine the outcome of the situation your faced with. But one thing I have come to learn is that bottling up so much anger is dangerous and once in awhile it’s good to let it out.
Too much anger kept within will affect your body and mind in the long run. Just like any other emotion feel the anger and express it in ways that are not harmful to you and those around you.