Cinco de Mayo

Thirty years ago today, my father died.  Four years ago today, my mother died.  Both were pronounced at the same time, something I found dealing with an insurance policy that did not exist for my mother.  While many people celebrate release on this day, I do so in another way.

I release the lives of my parents to the universe.

I release the promise my father wanted from my mother delivered 26 years later.

I release the idea that there is randomness in the universe.

I release.

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