Losing Someone Is The Hardest Thing I Have Ever Gone Essay

1188 Words Sep 10th, 2016 5 Pages
Losing someone is the hardest thing I have ever gone through. No matter how many tears I shed it will never bring him back. My papaw, Tony Scott, died when I was only 12 years old. It breaks my heart that he never got to see me grow up or be proud of me. He missed out on so many family gatherings and all the new family members we have gained over the years. He would have loved all the new grandkids and great grandkids. There were so many moments I would have loved to have shared with him. I wish he could have seen me graduate or met my fiancé he would have loved him. I see so much of him in my little sister it is scary, it is like we still have a piece of him with us. Nothing will ever prepare you for that kind of pain. He was taken away from my family too soon. I found out my papaw went to the doctor and was diagnosed with cancer. That is when I began to worry, I was not sure how much longer he had. My mamaw still had to work to make money, so when I got home from school I would sit with him. I would make him food to eat or get him things he needed. At only 12 I tried my best to make sure he was well taken care of. Sometimes I did not feel like I was doing a great job because he would sometimes complain and get aggravated. I now understand he was going through so much pain he had the right to be a little grouchy. We would watch mostly CNN news and have good conversations. I learned how to build an old fashioned stove fire. It was getting cold and that is…

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