In Remembrance of Nicholas

Today, it is five years since the passing of my baby Nicholas/Nick and known as Raidar by his friends.

Yesterday is gone and today the anniversary of the tragic passing of my son feels so raw.

I realise that I have spent so much time during my grief looking after others and giving so much to others without realising I’m not being kind to myself.

Thanks to the kind people who sent me messages of love already, sharing fond memories. If it was the case that I wanted to forget, I couldn’t, because there are genuine people who loved him, cherishing his memories and still care about me.

I realise that I have spent so much time during my grief looking after others and giving so much to others without realising I’m not being kind to myself.

Thanks to the kind people who sent me messages of love already, sharing fond memories. If it was the case that I wanted to forget, I couldn’t, because there are genuine people who loved him, cherishing his memories and still care about me.

This situation has made me realise that it’s not who you look to, but God will send you the right people with bowels of compassion… there are still people who truly cares!

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