6 Years; 6 Letters

With every anniversary of Lee’s death, I take the time to sit and write a letter to him. Since his death, six years ago today – there has been six letters. Each has been left at the cemetery…

 

July 22, 2012

Lee –

Some people don’t believe others change. I, on the other hand, am a firm believer that they do. Since you’ve been gone – 6 years – a lot around this world has changed, and I have changed (I’m not the type of person that wakes up early on a Sunday to hit the gym – a far cry from the girl who dreaded running ‘The Mile’ in gym class).

I often wonder: where you’d be; what you’d be doing; and how you would have changed from July 22, 2006 to now. The difficulty for me is that I’ll never know.

One thing I am most certain of – from the top of my head to the tips of my toes – is that you’d be by my side, for a friendship like ours never changes.

I love you; I miss you.

– Young Grasshopper

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One response to “6 Years; 6 Letters

  1. Mom

    Lee is truly missed. You are very lucky to have had such a great friend. Hold tight to his memory and all the good times you’ver shared. I love you!

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