Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal
When I visited the art gallery for my shoot a while ago, I noticed that those painters live like a family and I literally forgot to do this post until my mum called me to tell me that my aunt had passed away. No, she wasn’t just my aunt. She was like a mother to me, a spiritual mentor and we were so close. On hearing the news I almost died, I felt a sharp knife touch my heart and I began to wail, no, I didn’t just cry because it wasn’t enough to express the amount of pain I felt at that moment. The last time we talked was three weeks ago but the last time I saw her was about one and a half months ago where we talked, ate and had a good time. Every time my aunt and I hang out we had a good time, even when we were just talking, she was my rock, she loved me, encouraged me and supported me. Before I met this beautiful soul, I was a spiritual wreck, I never used to go to church and when I did I would literally church hop but she showed me the light and made sure I followed that line by checking up on me and taking me to church with her. As I write this post I can’t help but cry because I don’t want to believe that she is gone since we had so many plans together, we were gonna open a fashion boutique, yes she had an amazing eye for fashion. They say the Lord takes the best ones and I am totally convinced about that because my aunt did not deserve to go……this is too hard to continue writing. I will never forget her, how could I? This is the saddest part because she is not here with me anymore, I am very sad. How can we not talk about family when family is all we got!!!
Stay fashionable. stay stylish and be a fashion style mogul!
Love and Love!
Photo credits- Ng’ash Sage Photography
Makeup- Make up by tosh
It’s hard to forget someone who gave you so much to remember