The sounds of sirens pass by my window quite often. Often enough where I don’t glance out to see what goes by. But yesterday’s sounded different to me… this time I did look out my window. Instead of rushing past my building like usual, they entered, driving towards the houses where my friends were living. Though I did not feel very scared… for some reason I knew it was all going to be OK.
Through this tough time, it brings me so much comfort in believing that she is with God where she is supposed to be. Free of the pain, the suffering, the negativity. She is now at peace. This is how I knew it was going to be OK. That she was going to be OK. I only hope that this belief can bring others comfort too.
Having known Meg only a little, I can only say so much. But what I do know is that she truly lit up a room. The weekends I have spent in her presence throughout this past school year have been wonderful. Every time I saw her she had a smile on her face, jumping around the room with such energy! Heaven has gained such a beautiful and loving angel.
I want to express my sincere condolences to her family and friends, to anyone that knew her. And I ask all of you reading this, to send the family your loving prayers during this process.
She was a blessing on this earth and is now an Angel in heaven.
“For we know that when this earthly tent we live in is taken down (that is when we die and leave this earthly body), we will have a house in heaven, an eternal body made for us by God and not by human hands.”
—2 Corinthians 5:1