Unfinshed Stories

I have been asked by many that there a  few stories that I never got to share the ending. There is a reason for that and I will explain why. I have many stories to tell, but I can’t tell them all because I am working on a book that will be from this very blog I am sharing with you. So I guess you can say that it’s a good way to sell books at the cost of leaving you all hanging with the ones I shared through my blog.

Right now, so much has been going on in my life these last 4 weeks that I have put so much on hold right now. We had my retirement dinner from the force, my daughter’s bridal shower, and now her wedding coming up on the 21st of this month and also dealing with a family crisis that hit us all unexpectedly.

My Beautiful 13 years young god-daughter (and niece) had a brain tumor removed last month, and further test revealed it was already in stage four. I had no idea what that meant when my wife told me, so I was just happy that it was removed. When I found out what stage four meant I was devastated…. I don’t need to share my emotions any further on this one.

My niece  and her twin sister are on my mind every single day, one could only imagine what her parents must be going through. She is now going through chemo and radiation to rid this unwanted guest once and for all. She is surrounded by so much love from us all that it can fill every ocean and lakes on this planet.

Her dad is truly the rock of  his family with his strong wife beside him. Her twin sister is taking this hard and she is struggling in her own way how to deal with this. But she can be sure that she is not alone and we all are dealing it together as a family. I never had a true family in my life.

The last time my brothers and sisters lived together as one was back in 1967….and look how that turned out. I am very grateful to be part of my wife’s family more than anyone knows. I spent more than half my life with them. To be accurate…it has been 32 years with them all. They truly made up for the family I never had growing up…and I love them all so very much for that.

3 thoughts on “Unfinshed Stories

  1. I am very happy to know that my stories can help you work things out. It’s followers like you that keep inspiring me to continue sharing my life to all of you. All I ask s for you to be Strong for life is too short to carry pain to the end.

  2. I started to read your blog because of a deep connection I feel with the former St Michael’s home on Staten Island but I’ve kept reading because you have a way of just putting everything out there that I could never do.i bottle things inside because I can’t find the words to express myself your revelations help me think a bit deeper and work things out

  3. So sad for your niece but aside from the medical treatments, she seems to be getting the most important ones of all, love and support. Being a cancer survivor, I know how valuable this is. Good luck with the book. I am also trying to write one in between everything else and again, congrats on your retirement.

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