Lola’s Girl

It’s been eleven years since you left.

Eleven years that I wish you were still with me.

I miss falling asleep and waking up with you beside me.

I miss you making my feet and hands feel warm when I’m cold.

I do not regret waiting for hours in your clinic, just to have lunch with you.


I miss your stories about the Japanese war.

I miss how you tell me stories of your travels around the world, that I wished I could have traveled with you too.

You were not rich, but I admire how you worked hard just to be able to study and become a good doctor.

You taught me the value of money and how I’m not suppose to spend it much on “wants” but instead more on “needs”

Your clinic was my playground growing up.

I wanted to become a doctor because of you.

Thank you for all the moral lessons you taught me growing up, you are probably the person who gave the biggest Impact in my life.

Lola Anday, I am missing your every single day.

And I will always and forever be your lola’s girl.