If you could see just one person again, who would it be?
Whether still alive or passed away, who would you want to see & talk to again and why?
My paternal grandmother. She passed in 1985 and was the family 'glue'. Scotch tape makes a poor replacement...Miss you, bubs!
My Dad, He had passed away 25 years ago and I have so many questions for him now that I'm older. He was in WWII and I would like to know more about his life, when I was 20, I really wasn't interested, it's amazing how time changes us. I talk to him often, and hope he's listening
Gary - He was a friend of my dad's who I wound up getting really close to. We talked a lot on the phone because he lived three thousand miles away. But I helped introduce him to God and was the last person to talk to him on Christmas eve before he died the next day on Christmas from lung cancer. I think now that I'm older we would have such amazing conversations. I can't wait to see him one day in heaven.
When we have loved and lost, seeing the ones removed one more time only makes the longing for them worse, unless they can remain with us. It is like opting to be hurt all over again. I would choose to see someone whom I never forgave for a wrong done to me. Many years ago, a man asked my forgiveness for a wrong he felt he did to me. He permitted my ex-husband to use his apartment to cheat on me. I do not know if he is still alive, but I would tell him that I forgave him a few years after he asked, and I would ask him to forgive me for not being strong enough to accept his request when he asked. I am at peace with myself because God knows my heart and I trust that He made everything all right with that man. If that man is mature in God, then, he should be at peace also.
A person who died? My grandmother. A person who is alive? Either my boyfriend or mother. Probably my boyfriend.
My grandfather. For some reason when I was younger I was always mean to him and yet he did everything for me. I would want to tell him that I do love him and i'm sorry for treating him that way. I would like to apologize to him and hopefully one day when we meet again I will.
I would want to see my maternal grandfather again, he died in 2005 at the age of 86. I really looked up to him, he was my hero. He served with the royal artillery in World War II and was one of those evacuated at Dunkirk and also took part in the battle of Monte Cassino in Italy. I'd love to be able sit down with him for a few hours, and have him tell me all of his stories again, only this time I'd make sure that I wrote it all down.I miss you everyday, Granddad.
I was on the verge of a really great boyfriend back in Lincoln Nebraska, before we moved. It was really disappointing because we never got a chance to exchange contact info. I only remember his first name: Brandon.
My childhood BFF haven't talked with her in 5 years. Luckily she has facebook so we are planning to meet up in the summer vacation. She's in Iceland and is coming back to Denmark in the summer.
it would be my babcia...she passed away many years ago and there were so many things that I didn't understand and so many things left unsaid...I would love to really get to know her, to wrap my arms around her and to tell her how I feel. I was young and ignorant when she passed....and I would love to tell her that I love her, something I never said to her.
Well, if I could see just one person again, I would like to meet my grandfather again. He ways passed away when I was in my middle school. Now, I still miss him very much, and often remember the nice times I had spent with him.
My biological mom. I have never truly seen her apart from a few holidays as a baby. I remember the last time I saw her, but I don't remember her. She's alive, but I don't know how to contact her outside of my siblings and I am kind of afraid to ask. I just want to see her before it's too late because as a mother I could not imagine losing my baby/babies and never seeing them again. I know she wants to talk to me too because I have heard her on the phone saying she loves me and so on and so forth. I don't think I could live with myself if I never even talk to her.
Already did. Became friends with a long lost love from over 20 years ago.
I would like to see my grandmother, who died 15 years before I was born. Everybody, who knew her says she was a wonderful woman with a big heart. She would have been 98 years old if she were alive today.
I would like to see my grandfather he passed away when i was five years old.
I would like to see my Father again who died 14years back. Without him my life is so empty. I wish god will give me an opportunity to meet my Father once again some day. Miss you and Love you Dad.
by Kieron Walker 4 years ago
What is your favorite memory of your grandparents?
by phoenix_028@yahoo 7 years ago
If you are provided with the chance to speak to a loved one that has passed away what would you sayIf you had one chance to talk to special people in your life that has passed away, who would it be and why?what would you tell them?or ask them?
by CraftytotheCore 5 years ago
I just wanted to leave a note for my HubPages friends. Some of you may remember a comment or two where I posted about my grandfather. He passed away on Wednesday, the day before Thanksgiving. I received a call early in the morning. My aunt called and said my grandfather was...
by HOPLESSINLOVE 8 years ago
I KEEP DREAMING ABOUT AN EX-BOYFRIEND THAT PASSED AWAY. I WAS STILL INLOVE WITH HIM AT THE TIME....WHY DO I KEEP DREAMING ABOUT HIM. IN MY DREAMS I AM ALWAYS LEAVING MY HUSBAND TO BE WITH HIM, LAST NIGHT I LEFT MY HUSBAND AND MARRIED HIM.(IN MY DREAM)
by Eternal Evolution 7 years ago
What pet do you have or have you had that's been the best/closest to you,I had a Boston Terrier named Slade, he passed away not quite a year ago. I miss him terribly, he was the last christmas present my dad gave me before he passed away. That little dog was with me through many hard times, he'll...
by Mutiny92 7 years ago
that is really sad! He was such a creative and inspiring man!
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