1. Maroon Caludin
    October 5, 2015 @ 12:41 pm

    That is a beautiful quote.

    And I’m sorry for your loss…but I’m sure she’s still just as happy as it sounds like she was in life. Its really amazing how some people face their challenges with a big old smile. It tends to make you think and such. She sounds like an awesome person.

    It really is a good reminder to live life to the fullest.


    • Adri
      October 5, 2015 @ 7:20 pm

      To all of us who knew her, even if it wasn’t for a long time, she always posted (on her Facebook and Instagram) a reminder that we all have to learn how to “fall in love with our lives.” After all, unlike cats, we don’t have 9 lives.

      Back in middle school and high school, I remember her being one of the best dressed and one of the most popular girls in our class. You know how it was back then where we always make a big deal of who’s popular and who isn’t, etc.? It’s different with us. She was popular because she was truly beautiful on the inside. She may always looked good on the outside, but she’s also the type who would also make you feel good about yourself regardless of what others may say. Even in her viewing and in her funeral, the chapel was completely packed. That’s how many people she truly impacted and how much she was loved. She was truly an amazing person.

      Too young to die would be the first thing that many of us would say, but in the end, we start to have a different outlook. God chose her to enter his kingdom and she responded, because we all felt that she knew that her purpose for living is finally complete. She was a wonderful friend, sister, mother, and a wife to all. Just a beautiful person.


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