Kaiyah Tselani Obituary, Death – Kaiyah Tselani I never in a million years would have guessed that I’d be writing this about you, especially considering that I only just came into physical touch with you. I never in a million years would have expected that I’d be writing this about you. I would never in a million years have imagined that I’d be sitting here writing about someone like you. If you had told me a million years ago that I would one day be writing something like this about you, I would have laughed in your face. If you had told me a million years ago that I would one day be writing something like this about you, I would have laughed in your face.
I never in a million years would have believed you. You were my favorite stunt partner, a terrific friend, the wildest person I know, and my longtime cheer sister, and it kills to see you depart because of all of these reasons. Seeing you leave hurts for all of these reasons, especially the first one. When you depart, it will be difficult for me to get over the idea that you were all of these things, which is why it will sting to see you go. You were an excellent example of each and every one of those characteristics. You were the partygoer that everyone was most looking forward to seeing, and the moment you walked into a room, your contagious smile and laughter were able to make the entire area feel more joyous.
You were the one that everyone was most excited to see at the party. You were the one at the party that everyone was looking forward to seeing the most out of anyone else there. You are going to be greatly missed by me, and I pray and hope that wherever you went beyond this life on earth, you have finally discovered the peace that you had been searching for. I will miss you very much. The reasons why I love you in such a way are ones that I will never be able to fully comprehend in my lifetime, and that is one of the reasons why I love you so much.