HE WAS ONLY 19 YEARS OLD
Frankly I don’t know where to start as I’m here once again thrust into the unknown. Another brother has lost a child this time to Covid19. This is 2 nephew’s and a niece in three years, that’s 1 loss a year… I’m broken and deeply saddened is this even going to end!.
I can’t even think of the words for what I’m feeling. He was just a child 19 year old, he had everything going for him. Another close member of the family that I’ve watched grow up from a tiny beautiful gorgeous little baby, that’s grown up alongside my children and became one of their best friends and was a big part of our lives.
I am beyond broken and devastated. He was the young and becoming famous member of the family of whom we was so so proud of. Before lockdown he was in talks to travel to Japan for his wrestling. He was a true studying artist He had a cracking career ahead of him.
He was taken.
19 Year old Cameron Wellington past on the 19th November after deteriorating further, Well you gave it your all Cameron, even checked yourself into the hospital. Doctors were freaked out by that with his condition. He had a blood clot on his lungs and heart and his blood was burning him from the inside like acid to the point he had to be put in a coma. Then he had to go through not one but two operations within hours of each other but he didn’t complain nor was he scared. He truly was a fighter to the end and lived up to his wrestling reputation. Your suffering is over and you’re in a better place with the rest of your family to look after you now. We’re never going to forget you or any of the great memories you gave. We love you and we’re gonna miss you R.I.P. Don’t get too comfortable with the peace and quiet up there from us it’s not forever this is not the end.
If you were ever to meet Cameron he just had the biggest heart you could ever imagine, an infectious smile, big personality, anyone who’s ever met him would say he was just a wonderful young man and I shall truly miss him and so will many. He left us too soon but left a small legacy behind just to well miss to ever be forgotten.
“Treasured in my heart you’ll stay, until we meet again some day. Rest in peace.” Cameron Wellington “🙏 💙
Caution Take it seriously! COVID19
“I would urge everyone to be very guarded in terms of assuming that this is just another cold or flu virus – it is not there’s no such thing as invincibility from this virus it’s taking our children too!!” Here is the evidence Young people really need to take this seriously, they’re not immune to this disease.” Please be cautious no one has an exemption certificate! It shows no mercy.
Here is his GoFundMe page please show support during this time for a young 19 year old Cameron Wellington Passed away with COVID19 leaving Mom, Dad and 5 siblings behind. Please share this post on to your pages that would be great too! Please don’t stop donating Cameron’s parents really wish to give him the professional send off that he truly deserves! It’s the last thing that they can do for him. Thank you for all your support.👍 🙏💙
You need to understand how precious time is.
In the meantime every day find time to talk with someone you don’t know. Listen to their story. Do it in person. Learn from them. Be your brother’s keeper, your sister’s shelter. When a neighbour is in need or a thirsty young mind is denied the challenges and opportunities to grow and flourish, or a sister or brother is crushed by a purposefully flawed criminal justice system that rewards winning rather than justice, find a way to do something about it now.
If you have a teacher or mentor who made a great or even small impact on your life, tell them. Call them, write to them, let them know what a wonderful impact they had on you. Life is too short not to validate the ones who have changed our lives in a profound way. Then there will be no regrets when they pass on because you already told them what was in your heart, and your life will be richer for it in ways that you never dreamed. It’s not about being perfect.
Young people need to know that the things that make you successful at school, like following rules, working the hardest and being perfect, are not what will make you happy outside of school. Follow your instincts, experiment, try things out, talk to people “way out of your professional league,” and keep dreaming big dreams. There is always a way out no matter how bad it seems — that job, that career path, that relationship — trust yourself enough to let it go if it is making you question your self-worth or it isn’t what you want to be remembered for. God bless you all and please take care of you and your loved ones.🙏💙°*”˜.•°*”˜💙🙏 ˜”*°•.˜”*°💙🙏
Please take care and really look after yourselves out there…
Wishing you health, peace, safety and empowerment Xxx ~Joanne Wellington ~ 🙏🏻
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