Ang daya mo naman eh, sabi mo you want us to meet each other one day.. I guess, it’s never going to happen now 😦 Mr. Death has already visited you 😦 Remember when I told you na sana those evil people na lang ang nagkaganyan na condition, but you scolded me that I shouldn’t be thinking that way.
Maybe you’re now wondering how Joan knows about it, since I’m just your online buddy. Na kung saan ikaw lang nakakaalam ng access para mamessage ako. Your sister told me about it. She said she was glad that she can access your email, then I remember – Yeah, I think we have a few exchange messages via email. When I went home, I opened my email. I saw your sister’s message saying you passed away.
Morning.. I continued mourning.. still, can’t believe that you’re gone.” Joan would be worried if I wasn’t online” – Your sister told me this. And this was during your hospital days. I can’t help but smile that you mentioned me to your sister. I was touched that he was thinking about me in his most fragile state. You always made sure that I’m not gonna get worried whenever you were being sent back to the hospital. You made me laugh even if I know you’re in pain 😦
I messaged your sister back and got her response; “He really wasn’t well these last 18 months but I still hoped he would get better. But you’re right he is at peace now free from his discomfort.”
You’re really good at hiding it from me, John. Props to you because you even managed to make jokes about it. You were really happy to tell me that you already have an AC 😀
The thought that you didn’t make it on your birthday makes me quite sad. It’s your birthday on February 1st. You would have been 38. Happy Birthday, bud! 😦 Hugs** Thank you for being such a good friend and a wonderful person. This is really sad and I’m crying while typing this.
I’m going to miss those weird, interesting and informative articles you’re always sending me from time to time. All of those were amazing. Robots and other geeky out of this world, interesting stuff.
I’m gonna miss you so much, buddy 😦
Really brave, John. Rest in Peace ❤