Our dear Isaac Nii Ayi Hammond
My dear Isaac, I still haven’t found the words. I was not expecting this at all. I am still begging God for the strength to get through this.
Even though you were far away, I always prayed for you when I prayed for my children. When I was trying to understand all of this, I asked Missy Gee whether my prayers were not enough. Did I not pray hard enough? Did I miss something? I couldn’t ask God.
I was very lucky to spend quality time with you Christmas 2016 into the New year, 2017. It was the best Christmas ever. I always knew how witty you were but I also became aware of how thoughtful you were. You got the kids presents for Christmas, sat with them, played with them, made them laugh and took care of them. You have had a special place in my heart since then. I also remember all the dancing at brunch that lasted till 2. 00am the next day. We were the happiest and most popular Family on that day.
We also had fun times during Renne and Sarah’s wedding in th UK.
Almost two years ago, you came to Ghana for your Internship, I am so glad you made that trip and stayed with us. I remember the kids torturing you and you loving every bit of it. I did not know that was the last time I was going to see you on this Earth.
All these memories I have of you, will be cherished forever. We love you so much but God loves you best. I have found comfort in the belief and promises that death does not last forever.
Eternal rest be granted unto you and may the Lord let perpetual light shine upon you. May your soul and the souls of the faithful departed, rest in peace.