| ||As you all know, my Lola is struggling to stay alive (currently under hospice care)..and she has one last wish. And that is to see her son from Saudi Arabia. My Lola has a daughter and two sons.. and the only thing she wants is for them to all be together. It breaks my heart to see her struggle..bed-ridden..parts of her body swollen with water. Nearly sleeping the whole day.. brain lacking oxygen..not being able to think or say anything that makes sense. |
We've been trying so hard to get my uncle to the United States as soon as possible. And from what we thought, that would be fulfilled on the early morning of March 12, 2011 at Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. I guess we were all wrong. I guess our prayers didn't pull through. I guess the consulates of Riyahd didn't have hearts or have never experienced losing a loved one. My uncle was interviewed on that March 12. He had complete documents and was ready to fight just to see and spend the last few moments with his mother. With his heart aching with the thought of his mother dying, he answered each question successfully..and provided all of what the consulate asked for.
Relieved. Thankful. Knowing that he was going to see his mother soon. Until, the "superior" came in.
What? Did he even bother to know the inside story or review my uncle's documents? No. Then, how did he decide to reject my uncle's visitor's visa? We don't know. But I do wish karma would strike him soon enough. We're more than devastated to realize we can't fulfill my Lola's last wish. We're sorry, Lola.
May you rest in peace.
[Lola] Zaida Tividad Venturero
January 28 1931-March 15, 2011.
Tito Bong didn't make it in time to see you.. but I hope you're a lot happier up there. Please, help protect and guide us. Watch over us.
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