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Emily Moore remembers her grandmother who is ‘up in heaven’

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Emily Moore remembers her grandmother who is ‘up in heaven’

Emily Moore remembers her grandmother who is up in heaven
Emily Moore remembers her grandmother who is ‘up in heaven’

Emily Moore pays a moving tribute and talks about her late grandmother and her suffering.

The death left Moore and her family feeling the pain of many of those victims who have lost loved ones in the emergency room during the pandemic.

“She wasn’t feeling well the day we found out she had COVID-19,” Moore, 29, recalled during an interview with People magazine. “That was all.”

“None of us really understood what COVID-19 was at the time,” the Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter and TikTok star says of her grandmother, who was hospitalized for two weeks to battle the mysterious illness.

“It was so early in the pandemic. I think we only battled him for a few weeks. Nobody even really believed it. It can’t be real.

Shirley Liiraa, grandmother, was 79 years old when she passed away on April 6, 2020.

“The hardest thing about it for me was not getting to say goodbye,” Moore says quietly. “It just happened so fast. There was no way I could talk to her. I want her to really, really know that I love her. I wish I could say it one last time and look her in the eye and just tell her that.

Moore takes a deep breath.

“I know she knows that, but it’s hard to deal with that when you didn’t get to experience that last moment together. That was really hard for me.”

Although Lira will be recognized as one of the first people in North America to die of COVID-19, Moore believes there are many other things she should be remembered for. Moore has been shielded from some of the agony of the past few years by memories of her grandmother.

“She was an amazing woman,” Moore recalled of her late grandmother. “She had a very cheerful personality and loved talking to everyone. She also made the best fudge and an even better chicken noodle soup! She was very personable and so it was a great loss to lose her.

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