sus intawn sis Aya. You were the one who was so affected when i shared about the death of my mama at such a very young age of 42. And now, it's you.
It might be superstitious and silly to some but I would like to share this to everyone.
I was clueless why why why a beautiful black butterfly came from out of nowhere in a cool weather day and was so playful with my fowers. And just as I gotten closer, I suddenly begun talking to this butterfly and said "o hi, you're so beautiful, do you like my flowers? well, you have all the time to enjoy just allow me to walk by and hope you will not go away" and so, she let me passed and I looked and looked while walking away. Few minutes later when I came back, she was gone.
So last night, when I called Grace, there.....I was like a bombshell, just couldn't believe it like everyone else here in TB then I suddenly felt chilled and curled up in my seat.
Now I know that was her because she was one of my biggest fan who admired my flowers a lot. I couldn't think of anyone else, I mean she's the only one whom I know who passed away and who always appreciates my flowers especially my cherry tree. It was the kind of CT that she loved.
So allow me to say, sis Aya if your spirit is still here and be able to read all our messages. I'll say...Thank you for visiting me and thank you for being a nice person. Believe me, I was looking forward to meet you in Japan and know you more. But now I guess, I'll meet you in a place the so called the "afterlife".
I'll pray for your soul and for you adorable beautiful kids and their father. I can't imagine how are they going to accept this.
This incident just left me wondering, how vulnerable we are to death. And it will happen the least expected. Sad, terrible and horrible but it's true.
So Nong Benny, please update us how was your call to her family in Japan and how we can show them our deepest sympathy. This way, they will know how many friends she had who loves and cares for her in TB. I am willing to join whatever everyone here plans to do.