En memoria a la pérdida

30 Apr

English below Spanish.

Hola  ¿Cómo están?

Quiero comentarles que nuestra compañera y amiga María Marroquín y representante de Day Worker Center. Hace unas semanas atrás, tuvo la desgracia de perder a su querida mama. Para todos los que por desgracia hemos pasado por esa terrible experiencia, sabemos lo que se siente perder a lo mas hermoso que tememos en esta vida, se vienen a la memoria tantas cosas, recuerdos de nuestra infancia que pasamos con ella, momentos graciosos que vivimos, regaños, una que otra vez unos cinturonasos, son tantas emocione encontradas. No volver a ver su sonrisa, no mirar su cara, no escuchar su vos, no mas consejos, no sentir sus abrazos mas, ¡Dios mío porque se tienen que ir lo que más amamos!

El día de ayer se celebro  una misa en honor y en memoria de la mama de María, esto fue en la iglesia san Joseph de mountain view, fue emotivo escuchar a las personas que la conocieron, se expresaron de ella con respeto, una anécdota que uno de ellos dijo. Pasó en el cumpleaños de María.  La señora escucho a alguien que digo malas palabras y ella comento que boquita de ese hombre sin pena a que la escucharan, pero en lo que si estuvieron de acuerdo es que la señora fue una persona muy agradable y amistosa.

Quiero expresar mis condolencias, a todas a aquellas personas que han perdido a sus hermosas madres

A DIOS GRACIAS Y A USTEDES HASTA LUEGO

In memory

Hi how are you guys doing?

I want to talk to you guys about our friend and director of the Day Worker Center, Maria Marroquin. A few weeks ago she had the misfortune of losing her beloved mother. For all of us who have unfortunately had this happen to us, we know what it feels like to lose the most beautiful thing in our lives. So many memories come up, memories of our childhood with her, moments that made us laugh, scoldings, from time to time a beating. There are so many different feelings. To never see her smile again, never see her face, hear her voice, get her advice, feel her arms around us–why do those we love most have to leave?

Yesterday a mass was held in the honor and memory of Maria’s mother in the church Saint Joseph in Mountain View. It was moving to hear from people who knew her. They spoke very well of her. There was one anecdote someone told about her. It was Maria’s birthday. Her mother heard someone saying some bad words, and she commented “what a mouth that man has” without caring that anyone heard her. But what everyone did agree is that she was a very pleasant and friendly person.

I want to express my condolences to all those who have lost their wonderful mothers.

To God thanks and to you guys until next time.

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