Today it’s 2 years since I lost my nan and there isn’t a day that I don’t think about her. I said on here before when I’ve spoken about my nan but she is the person that understood me the most. We were SO similar and thought about things the same way. There was so many times that something would happen and I would my nan and have a good old moan and she would be nodding along agreeing with me.
I miss that.
I miss having someone that understood me to talk to. But I will always be grateful to have had my nan in my life and for the relationship that we had.
I think it’s important that children have someone in their life that they can turn to no matter what it’s about. I’m lucky that my parents have always been there for me throughout my life, but there are times that you just can’t talk to your parents. You have that fear of letting them down etc.
My nan was that person for me. There is SO much she knew about me and she never told a sole.
I was looking through some photos earlier with Holly and a photo popped up of Alice and my mum from when Alice was 3 years old. You can just see the love that Alice has for her nan.
I love that she has that relationship with my mum, I only have to mention that Nanny is coming over and she just gets so excited about seeing her. I hope that Alice would go to my mum in the future if she needed her and that there relationship will be like what I had with my nan. Because Alice would be a lucky girl to have it and that is all I can wish for.
Whilst I know that it was my Nan’s time to go and she is a better place. It still makes me sad when I think about the things she doesn’t know about. We’ve moved house and I find it weird that she doesn’t know where I live and she would’ve been the first person on the phone in the morning to wish me a Happy Birthday. It just makes me sad.
To my wonderful Nan, another year has passed in a blink of an eye. But I’m doing ok and whilst I wish you were here, I know that you are doing ok where you are too. You will never be forgotten and you will forever be loved.