Life can be really good at times, and of course life can be really disappointing and sad. It has been quite some time since I’ve blogged and there are reasons behind that. The most important reason is losing my best friend since 6th grade just barely 2 weeks ago. I was extremely sad, numb, and confused when I heard the news in Puerto Rico that my best friend had died but then my faith kicked in gear in full speed.
“ Then said Jesus to them again, Peace be unto you: as my Father hath sent me, even so send I you.” –John 20:21
Alex Carrington Hobbs
This guy meant the world to me. We had a connection that was unreal. I would get on his nerves; he would get on my nerves. It all started in 6th grade when he was an introverted kid that wanted to be friends with me. He was so sweet, he even bought me a jewelry box, a watch, and mailed me a post card when he was out of town with his family. He was a sweetheart and was so caring. Then………….he grew up! Lol he became the “cool kid” and became friends with everyone! He also began working out and became the class clown. He was still a sweetheart but he felt like he had to make everyone laugh and it most definitely worked. Alex was the life of the party. He cared about so many even if he joned on you and talked about you from your head all the way down to your feet. We were supposed to grow up and always be there for each other but God had different plans. A good friend of mine told me that now our bond with Alex is eternal, and he is now forever in our hearts. I think about that everyday because I still feel like he is with me through spirit.
I spent a lot of time with Alex this summer being there for him when his dad passed recently as well too. I am grateful for every single moment I had with him and there is not a day that goes by that I don’t think about him. Alex, I will forever carry you in my heart and I am so appreciate that you loved me unconditionally.
Ill be loving you….always.