Saturday, May 23, 2015
“I have breast cancer.” The words you said in a matter of fact way.
I tried to process the declaration, But no words could I say.
We kept a positive attitude, believing it would all be okay.
In spite of the threat that it could take your life one day.
You eventually told me, “They said I may have three years.”
You were the one comforting me, trying to calm all my fears.
That discussion was a phone conversation, but you still heard me cry.
I was asking what everyone else was, the unexplainable question, why?
Posted by Kasi M. Bryon at 3:02 PM
Monday, May 18, 2015
It was somewhere after 8pm and before 9pm on Thursday May 14, 2015 when time stood still. Whatever the clock said no longer mattered and had no meaning. I sat in a hospital room beside my lifelong friend who was laying in the bed, holding her hand as she was preparing to leave this earth. It would be my first time to be in the presence of someone leaving their physical body. I've never wanted so desperately to be somewhere and not be somewhere so badly.
Posted by Kasi M. Bryon at 2:27 PM