May your weekend be peaceful and beautiful

I’m still very busy with the memorial and the upcoming funeral services for my dad. Thank you very much for your kindness and for being here for me always. I will keep this in my heart till my last breath. I am doing very fine, but my mother and my siblings suffer tremendously. We love our mom and dad more than anything in this world. I still don’t have time to visit any of you yet. Please give me some time. I will show you the picture of my mom and dad one day. My dad’s wake will be on January 4th, 2015.  We will bury him on Monday January 5th, 2015, next to our little sister Alanthara, who passed a way on November 3rd, last year. My dad purchased a plot for himself next to our little sister several months ago. I will do everything I could possibly do till my last breath, to let my dad know how much I love him, no matter where he is. ~Jendhamuni    Link to Google+

Me with my mom and dad at the hospital on November 22, 2014

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