POPSUGAR Love Grief Do Tell: One More Day by DearSugar 2/09/07 0 Shares Like us on Facebook If you could have one more day with a relative who has died, who would you choose and why? Source Read More GriefLossDeathDo TellLove And Sex Get inspired with our daily newsletter Sign up for our daily newsletter. Food Love and Sex Home Vegetarian DIY Tech Sign up with XDeexDeeX 8 years My poppa because he was such a loving great grandpa XDeexDeeX 8 years My poppa because he was such a loving great grandpa grl-in-the-world 8 years All of you made me tear up reading your posts. To those of you who never got to say goodbye to your loved ones, know that they knew how much you loved them and that they wouldn't want you to feel bad for missing the chance to say goodbye. If I could have one more day it would either be with my Nana because she loved my whole family so unconditionally, and I would have brought her back on my sisters wedding day. Or my cousin Serena who died in a car accident at 16, so that she would have a chance to bring peace to her mother and the rest of us who miss her. Manda1080 8 years My grandmother. lilxmissxmolly 8 years For me, it wouldn't be a relative (I haven't had many pass on) but my best friend's little sister died. i never met her (they live in a different country) but afterwards i wished that i had so i could at least know a little what my friend was feeling...but i do feel her with me a lot. since i dont have a deceased relative, i always think of her. **“In my mind, I’ve always been an A-list Hollywood superstar. Y’all just didn’t know yet.” -Will Smith ** t0xxic 8 years I take it the loss and heartache never gets any esier huh? U guys have me in tears lol Id love to talk to my Memaw, and tell her all the things i held back from telling her the day she died. i was so focused on convincing her it wasnt her time that i missed out on telling her how much i loved her. ------ Jan 23rd 1:08 Am Weighing 7lbs and 7 oz and 19 inches tall!! Welcome to the world Nicky! Thehills101 8 years Either my great grandmothr or great grandfather as I never met them and they lead amazing lives...I'd like to hear about my greatgrandmothers days making her famous pancakes that were pretty popular way back when... I'd just want to know them ♥јεήή♥ Jinx 8 years *hugs* KrissyThePirate 8 years My dad. He died when I was 15, and I've always wondered if I was the person he thought I'd be...or something in that realm. Yeah. lickety-split 8 years well she isn't dead, but the part of her that i miss is gone forever. i'd like one more day with my 8 year old daughter jenna; without autism. just to hear her voice, to know her thoughts and feelings, to see her be a big sister in the true sense of the word, to be able to just "be" with jenna with out medication and worrying about all the things that always enter into our days. like the song says: I'd hold you every second, Say a million I love you's, That's what I'd do, with one more day with you,. rubialala 8 years Great Grandpa Karl. reeeeka 8 years Without a doubt.... My sister, she was taken too soon (5 days after her 21st birthday) and without warning (car accident). I'd like to tell her I love her and be able to hug her and say goodbye. ChillGirl 8 years My father, while he was in the hospital after a heart attach I was told to leave the room because they were preparing him for transfer to another hospital. He told me not to leave him but I told him I would see me again, I would be back. He lost consciousness and never made it out of surgery. I never got to say goodbye or keep my promise. ChillGirl chutzpah 8 years No question on this one...my grandmother who I loved and adored and still miss to this day even though she passed away almost 30 years ago. divinedebris 8 years my grandfather, he died two months ago yesterday. i want to talk to him and make sure he's doing better. he suffered so much in the end. and i'm all the way on the other side of the country so i wasn't there for him. i feel like i didn't get to tell him i love him and that i'm sorry that i wasn't there. and how much i miss him. vmruby 8 years my father........ aistea311 8 years my grandma. She loved me endlessly even though she was thousands of miles away and had not seen me since I was a baby. Hearing her on the phone took me away fromt he craziness of Florida, and brought me to some peace. I miss her. LizaToad 8 years my grandpa... i kept meaning to call him the day he passed away and somehow didn't get around to it.... it was so sudden... he was the coolest, smartest person i have ever met and i still miss him every single day Marci 8 years My mother and my father. For obvious reasons. martini-queenie 8 years Anna Nicole, obvi. miss-britt 8 years My grandfather. Not to long ago i was remembering how he would take me out after school and play jump rope with me after school. Ever since i was born i guess we had a connection since i was born on his birthday. He died when i was younger and i wish i could have told him how much i appreciate him being in my life as a male figure since my dad was never around. I love you dar ****"Everything in life is only for now."-Avenue Q**** tra 8 years My maternal grandmother. He was sick and bedridden my entire life and I never heard his voice...I'd love to spend a day with him healthy just so I can hear what his voice sounded like. He had throat/lung cancer from working in mines and lost his voicebox, chin, etc. He wouldn't learn sign language so he wrote us lots of notes when we were with him to have a conversation but I wish I could hear his voice. Jinx 8 years My Father, I never got to tell him goodbye. Among other things. ------------------------------------------------------ I'm so happy cause today I've found my friends, They're in my head - Kurt Ashlyn-Rose 8 years My grandma-- I never had the chance to tell her how much I admired her. controlledspin 8 years I would like to meet my grandmother's mother. I know she had such an impact on my father's life, but she died before I was born.