I've worked at a hospital for almost 7 years now. June 21st will be my 7 year. After my grandfather passed away from lung cancer I told my self I would never sit foot into a hospital or anything else. But, thats not all ways the case. I got a job in the Kitchen of the same hospital that my grandfather died in. Being a catering assistant, you see a lot of things. I never saw any person under the age of 18 because of how the hospital is set up. I've seen it all, but it doesn't help the fact of being around death every day. I am now the Production Manager in the kitchen. Right below the Director, and only at 24 years of age. A few months after my graduation, my close friend, my best friend at the time, was put into the hospital for the last time. He had Lupus. The only cure was to have a kidney transplant, but you have to have an amune system first. In which he couldn't hold right. I spent almost a year with him after work. I would go to work at 5am, then leave for an hour then back at 4 for the next 6 or so hours. It was a day in and day out type of thing. It was the hardest time in my life so to say. Knowing that my friend is in there to die. Then the last time I saw him was in ICU. He went from being a 28 year old man, to a little kid that couldn't do anything but lay there. Its the hardest thing besides my grandfather dieing. You may be asking now why I have told you this. Why to give to everyone the problems that I have faced in my life. My little bro, the guy that I know on here as Panchoman, has lost the friend in his life like that. He was my best friend, my second brother. Yeah, she wasn't that to him, but she had that special part in his life. There isn't an easy way to say your sorry for the loss, or things will get better. I learned to believe that tonight I die, and tomorrow I am reborn. If I do die before the time I am reborn, then there isn't anything to regret, or to be sorry for. Bro, I know your going to read this, and know I'm here. If I had my cell, you would have the number. Just know there are others that care for ya, and will be there for ya.