16 minutes ago
Last night I watched the season 3 finale of Stranger Things and I have to admit, I wasn't ready for those final 10 minutes. I won't go into fine detail because I don't want to be a spoiler, but all I can say is that if you're a person who's dealt or dealing with monumental loss in your life, whether it's a friend, sibling, a mother, a father - It hits differently.
It's amazing how we can think we've properly grieved for those we love after they're gone, but sometimes you get those flashes that make you question if you ever really grieved at all. The spark for those feelings can be about anything. A picture, a lyric, a sound, or a monologue.
Today I miss my dad and it sorta feels like life without him is like living in the Upside Down, even after 10 years. But, hey, like I always say, it's better to feel something, even if that something hurts than it is to feel nothing at all.