The Bread GhostThe Bread Ghost by Che-Crawford
“That’s the last of the boxes, Miss.”
Diana watched the movers drive away in their truck, then she dragged the heavy oak door to her new house closed. Well, hers and her sister’s new house. New for them that is, not in general, because it was a very old house.
This was a dream they had shared since they were very little, to own their own houses, and they were ecstatic when they signed the papers for this one. The only downside was that they had had to buy one together. But they were good friends, and one day they’d be able to resell and both get their own separate homes, probably right next door to each other.
Diana trod upstairs and flopped onto the faded sofa next to Robin.
“I think my muscles have gone on strike.”
Robin heaved a sigh. “I could
Rest in peace dad!Dad passed away this morning at 8:20.Rest in peace dad! by Pink-Myotis
They said he didn't seem like he was in any pain and that he seemed pretty peaceful as he went. His sister came in the other day all the way from Serbia (well, Montenegro) so at least he got to see her!
I'm somewhat sad, but happy too because he didn't drag this along or have to suffer. I'm so happy that so much of my family and friends are really supportive. I don't think I'd be feeling as well as I am without everyone there! I thought I'd be a wreck... and maybe I will be, but I'm not now!
~ My dad liked his fishing the most, followed boats and watching people eat the fish he'd BBQ. He loved his beer (but not that wussy light stuff!) and telling awful jokes. Even to the last few days he'd give me all his jelly and even offer his ice cream to me.
Even though he was a true, grumpy badass Serb of a man, he was still goshdarn sweet. I'll miss him a lot for sure~
So, if you've got a dad - give him a hug for me and tell him how awesome he is!