Remembering Our Life’s Crossing Guard #76

My Grandma Freda departed this side of life one year ago today. On Monday May 17, 2021 she quietly slipped away from this side of life. In the last year, there has not been one day that I have not thought of her, most times those thoughts are accompanied by tears. It’s difficult for me to write about Grandma Freda, because just thinking about the fact that she is gone still hurts in an indescribable way. I know that she’ll always be with me in spirit but her physical presence meant the world to me and not having that is something I have yet to adjust to. I can always hear her voice saying “Just as sure as you’re born you’re going to die.” I just never prepared myself for living a life that did not include the huge presence of Alfreda V. Regans Delaware in it. I‘m grateful that although Grandma Freda’s death has left a huge hole in all our hearts and an empty chair at the head of our dinner table, we (her family) won’t ever stop speaking her name. She embedded a part of herself in all of us and left us with a multitude of memories. We owe tremendous gratitude to our life’s crossing guard for all that we are and ever will be.💜

In Loving Memory of My Grandma

Alfreda V. Regans Delaware

2 thoughts on “Remembering Our Life’s Crossing Guard #76

  1. Your Uncle May 19, 2022 / 6:35 pm

    My Loving Niece has My Mother Spirit.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Zena T. May 19, 2022 / 6:54 pm

      Thank you very much, my dear uncle, I really appreciate that compliment. I love you infinitely.💜😘


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