Hey Doc. it is hard and sad to believe that you are gone for good. What can I say? In my view you were always serious but when you smiled or laughed, one could see that it came from your heart. I have known you for most of my life and it was so unbelievable when I received a text from my namesake, Tenguh, saying, "Auntie, Daddy is gone". The news hit me like a ton of bricks. She had told me that you were sick but I never knew that it was something that will take your life. Well, what can I say? Life is what it is. Someday we will all go. It's just a matter of time. I can not forget to mention that I really enjoyed the parties in the then Hotel Escalier while in Dshang. They were a lot of fun where myself and friends ate, drank, danced off our legs off and enjoyed ourselves. My God, it's been years but the memories still remain vivid on my mind. Those were indeed good old days. Please, don't forget to say hello to my Role Model Ma. Maggie, mother to your first 3 wonderful children whom I baby seated when they were born, with my Dear friend Ndiforchu Christiana, their Aunty, also of Blessed Memories. Your passing has proven to me again that life is absolutely nothing. When the time comes, not your children, not your wealth and not your property can hold you back. God's call is final. I will miss the idea of you. All We Are is Dust in the wind!
Peace, Peace Be Still.