I'm the hero you deserve, but not the one you need right now.
ive been dying to tell you anything you want to hear
because thats just who i am this week

Do I contradict myself? Very well, then I contradict myself, I am large, I contain multitudes.

I heard the saddest news yet, as far as I’m concerned.
I met this spark of life during my stay in Virginia. Mind you, each person I met was special in their own special way. But this girl, has been at the hospital for a long time, at least two years. Her family admitted her, in hopes that her diabetes and other issues would go under control. She had some problems going on inside of her, that no one really could understand. Nonetheless, she was a cheerful person; always greeting people with a smile. I remember when I first walked on the unit, she was the first person I saw. She told me that Anya was cute and that I looked like my mom. Normally, I’d ignore that comment, but something inside of me made me smile and say thanks, instead of disagreeing. I was warned about her, naturally, but those who have been there longer. She paced and yelled often; she stole from other’s rooms; and she had raging tempers. I tried to be as nice to her as possible, which is my nature. Naturally, I feel bad for people who are put down, so I put on a friendly face. To everyone’s surprise, she was finally discharged and, let me tell you, she was so happy and excited to leave. She received new clothes and modeled them for us. She was just the happiest I’ve ever seen her when she learned of her discharge. I couldn’t help but be happy for her, even though I witnessed my share of her episodes; I was so happy for her. Of course, it was quiet without her, more or less, but that’s a different story. I actually missed her.
This afternoon, a friend also from the hospital in Virginia posted a status saying Rest In Peace. My heart dropped. I couldn’t believe it; she was so full of life, so young and cheerful. Neither of us know exactly what happened, but all we know is that we lost a small, significant part of us, we may not of known we had. I believe I can say for all that knew her, that something in us will miss her, be it whether we had negative or positive encounters with her.
For my final words, I’d like to say, rest in peace Domo. Look over us where ever you are. You’ll be in my thoughts.
Jan 10th 2011 · 54 notes · Tags: #domo #cumberland #diabetes #rip #great #now i'm crying.. /:
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