One of the things I miss are the phone calls…I would call you when I had a minute during the day. Today is one of the days I would call you, tell you about where I am working and what I am doing.
I would tell you about how they have big hammocks and couches outside, how I am right above the studios and that the people here are really nice. And that I sit close to an Emmy Award. I would tell you about the blue hair lady I saw in the elevator this morning (literally) and the other lady with white hair…with pink and purple polka dots.
And I would tell you that I am doing good. That I am truly getting back to happy. And I would tell you how much I appreciate how much you and Daddy did for me, and how well you taught me how to handle the world. And how you and Dad are the best example of good human beings I have ever seen. And I would tell you that you are magic, and always have been
Thank you for being such a strict parent when I was younger and my best friend when I was older…And that even though I am glad that the profound grief is over, that I never want to stop missing you. Because missing you is a testament to what a great parent you were, and how much love with which you served. Missing you means honoring your memory and our close relationship.
Most of all Mom, I would tell you that I love and and miss you. Tell Dad I love and miss him too. Thank you for everything. Thank you for being magic.
I carry your heart with me, I carry it in my heart.