out of my hands

This song always reminds me of a dear friend of mine.

He was much older than me and for years, we spent every lunch-time together, chatting.

We talked about this and that, I can´t even remember now, but we never run out of words.

We lost touch when I fell pregnant, stopped work.

I never stopped thinking about him.

Then one day, I just called him, out of the blue, plugged up the courage and it was just as before, with one difference.

He was ill, cancer, I saw him twice and then he died.

I wish I could turn back the time, do things differently, be there for him and his family when it mattered

But it´s out of my hands now.


I am your average wife,mother,friend,employee....a bit lost in my world, a bit crazy at times but always good for a laugh - I think ;-)

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