Miss you Nani

Miss you Nani

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Miss you Nani

My Grandmother (Nani) left me during this pandemic, and I miss her terribly. She had been a strong woman whose command was heard and acted on. She had the power and experience to guide us.
While being a strong woman, she was also a grandmother who always tried to force-feed me. While I loved it, I didn’t honor her request often. Now, I miss our continuous bantering when she offered me different snacks whenever I visited her.

Should I feel fortunate that I didn’t lose her to COVID? Yes, I am. I am content that I could see her for the last time, see her off, take her blessings for one last time, and pray for her soul to rest in peace. I have seen my friends losing their close ones to Corona and not being able to do the last rites. I cannot imagine the plight of those who are unable to have closure and pray for their souls to rest in peace and give strength to the family to overcome the loss.

Thank you, God, for giving us the last chance to see her. I miss you Nani. I will always miss you.
Love you, always.

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Author Payal Dedhia independently publishes books on Amazon Kindle. You can check her collection by clicking here.

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