Ethan Canfield Obituary, Death – People rarely discuss what happens after the death of a loved one because it is thought that being present at the passing of someone you care about is the most painful part of losing them. However, being present at the passing of someone you care about is said to be the most painful part of losing them. I am currently witnessing the unfolding of one of the worst days of my life before my very eyes… This day has taken a significant piece of my heart and ripped it out of my body. Despite the fact that I wasn’t there very much, the fact that you refer to me as your sister shows that you respect and value our relationship. As soon as I found out that you had passed away, I felt as if someone had ripped my heart out of my chest and stomped on it. I was completely and utterly devastated.
Things will never be the same for me again. Despite the fact that you caused me to lose my sanity the vast majority of the time, I still loved you despite the fact that you were such a wonderful child, and that love will never leave me no matter how old we both get. I am sorry that you are no longer here with us, but I am relieved that you are no longer suffering and that you are now free to be anyone or whatever you choose to be. Although I am sad that you are no longer with us, I am relieved that you are no longer in pain. Even though I miss you being here with us, it brings me comfort to know that you are free from pain now that you have passed on. I’m going to miss you, your smile, and your laugh. I hope we can stay in touch. I really really wish that we could keep in touch. I have the deepest, most sincere desire for us to stay in touch.
I’m just going to hold on to our memories of the time we spent together and treasure them as they pass through my mind and into my heart. It is an honor to call you my brother, Ethan, and I look forward to many years of companionship. I think about you often and often wish that you were still here with us. I miss you so much. I give you my word that the love I feel for you will last forever.