Where do I start? Gee, we made plenty of memories but not enough.. I don't know if words can explain it all.
Growing up was the time where we made the most memories. Like when we were 10, I always wished, "Why couldn't I be like my cousin? He is too cool." When I would visit you in Lompoc and we would hang out, walk around town going to the stores and getting food. One summer I visited and we were at Pam's house and you had a green scooter, oh how I wanted one so much. We were such young kids.. And so many random momment.. Fixing your myspace page.. And how you would just tell me the randomest things.. I always looked to you for advice but growing up it went the other way around. You would always ask me, "what should I do.." called me and just chat for hours. How you were mad at your dad or mad at your mom, I would just tell you, "don't worry, they do what they did because they love us." haha, sometimes I would be in class and you still called me. Gosh, there are so many memories... You were visiting me in San Diego and you came with me to the bbq at mission beach with all of the bikers and friends. We ate and hung out. I was cold and you came with me to just chill in the car, listening to music, chatting, and taking pictures. That was a fun day. And later that night you wanted my shoes so I gave them to you. The green nikes!
I think that same week we went to the movies with ucle Mahn and your mom, we watched teenage mutant ninja turtles. Mahn feel asleep, hah. And how you came to see my dad's house in Temecula and we ate at Pechanga buffet. You saw my room, hah, there wasn't much but you loved what was in my closet. I didn't wear that bape jacket much so I was like, "you like that jacket? You can have it if you want."
Your last time visitng San Diego.. Me, my mom and dad, took you and your mom to the airport. We just waited and talked about how fun Hawaii sounds. Then this old man come up to us speaking vietnamese and you were like, "huh?" hahaha, my dad started talking to him and you were like, "wow, I didn't know your dad speaks vietnamese." The man just asked if we had change for a dollar because he was going to use the payphone to make a call so he can get picked up from the airport.
7 o'clock came and you went on your way back home to San Jose..
I don't know, I will always think back and just smile to myself about all the good times. I wish I could just make a movie to share with the family. hah =]
I always think of ya and pray everyday. I know your in a better place watching over us. Love you and miss you Kalvin, my brother.