Never Find 🌹

You’ll never find no one in this lifetime to love you like I do, so never mind things that people say that I’ll never hurt you! You’ll never find no one in this lifetime, so never mind that time and wind.

When time comes around and no one’s around. I’ll be there with you girl and silence your sound time after time things pardon you down but I will still love you. Our friends say that you are not sincere. Your friends say proceed with care but you see and feel the realness in me. Our love is meant to be our friends say that you are not sincere. Your friends say proceed with care but you see and feel the realness in me love was meant to be!

I love you.

Losing a Loved One is hard but Losing a Best Friend is like the world clasping all around you. To lose the one person you always can count on through thick and thin makes you grateful to ever have had them by your side. To lose a childhood friend makes you miss all the memories you’ve shared has you grow older together. To lose that one person that understood you better than anyone in the world. I may have lost you physically but your memory lives through me forever and you live through your nephew Kevin Joseph Santiago Sanchez Jr. Today we celebrate the life you lived and left behind words can’t describe how much you are missed and loved and I know as we celebrate today you will be there with us and letting us know your okay.

Just A Thought.

Sometimes when you really care about someone so deeply, you’d let them go for them to get better and I now I must deal with the consequences of letting them go, that being they changed and grew as a person the person I no longer know. I’ll keep the memories I had of you the way you were because this new you isn’t a you, the you I’m not familiar with. Everything I love about you became what I loved, and what I know because what I knew. I can’t change the past but I don’t regret because neither of us fought for each other. We didn’t fight hard enough for the friendship we created, we let others dictate what was wrong and what was right, what we were, and what we weren’t.