I pray he's in a better place.
Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that heareth my word, and believeth on him that sent me, hath everlasting life, and shall not come into condemnation; but is passed from death unto life.
He was my fathers brother.
They shared the same father.
They had different mothers.
He was in his early 50's.
I wasn't close to him at all.
I don't really remember anything about him other then he was my uncle Frank. He has 2 children--both are boys--I don't even remember their names.
He lived in Queens, N.Y.
After his divorce he became an alcoholic and had severe liver disease.
He had a stroke last year.
Last night he wasn't feeling too well so he called my uncle Prince--his younger brother--to take him to the hospital.
They called an ambulance.....
And that was all he wrote.
I'm going to visit my closest aunt today--his youngest sister--in Worcester, M.A. because she sounded really down when I called her.
I'll most likely stay there overnight.
I don't think I can handle another Funeral so soon.
I know most of you are new to my blog, but I lost my Gramma on Feb. 16, 2005.
That was very difficult for me.
Click the following link to read the post I made in reference to what I and my family believe was an afterdeath encounter with my Gramma.
She spoke to me again
R.I.P. Uncle Frank