Yesterday, we accompany her for the last time and see her off at the age of 91. In many ways she had made an impact to each and everyone of our family member. It has been a roller coaster journey for the family in the past 2 months.
She had been a great woman who had sail off the terrible storms to reach Singapore, going through the horrible world war 2, bringing up her children without anything and with lots of grandchildren and great-grand children.
Though we didn’t expect the 7 weeks lifespan to become a 1 day lifespan, but I am glad that she passed on at home naturally with all her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren all by her side. She didn’t have pain. She passed on at home as what she has wanted.
She has left us with lots of memories and teachings. We will miss her and we love you, ah ma.