December 23, 1974 – September 23, 2022
Death is hard when it is unexpected, but then again when is death really welcomed. Kamala’s passing will forever stop us in our tracks and remind us our days are not as many as we might hope. For the days she did live I think we can all agree she – LIVED.
Kamala’s life took on many different roles that she cherished deeply – daughter, sister, mother, kamkam, cousin, niece, friend, lover, cat mother, collector of trash treasures, inventor of fancy drinks, and creator of any craft that came to her mind.
“It is better to be obscene than unheard” – A quote written in every journal Kamala owned. Obscene is living out of the ordinary of societal standards and ideals. There is not a better way to describe the impact Kamala had on every person she came into contact with. She did not hold back her thoughts, opinions, or elaborate ideas from any situation. To be loved by her is to know exactly where you stood, even if it involved very colorful language. To know her was to know forgiveness, respect and joy in all of life’s circumstances.
Kamala’s passing is not a forever goodbye
. She often wrote about Heaven with thoughts full of questions and we know she has her answers now. She will be held tightly in our thoughts and memories and it is our job to carry out her spirit and zeal for living in this physical world.
Until we meet again – mahalo – for your love, your laughter, and your light. May it be felt through this difficult time. Family and friends are welcome to attend a celebration of life on Friday, September 30th held at, Living Water Fellowship, 10100 W HWY 60, Canyon, TX 79015 from 10:30-11:30 AM.