Surrounded by her closest friends and family members, she breathed her last and died.

Her soul left her body, and she froze in shock at how much better she felt and at seeing the sight of her body cold and dead in contrast to how she felt and looked.

So very much alive.

She looked on at the people she loved the most and saw how they cried even though they knew she was free.

She walked through all of them, so they could feel her presence one more time to keep them satisfied for a while.

After all, they would see her again.

"It's time to go, my dear," He said.

She looked up to see Him floating outside the window in the form of a white mist.

She took one long look at the people she loved the most.

She took in every single one of their faces.

She remembered every moment she had with them.

Her mind was clearer now.

She could remember everything now.

She smiled at them and whispered, "See you later."

She looked back at Him and nodded her head.

She phased through the window and felt the wings of her soul unfurl.

He went on ahead while she looked at the world of the living.

She had loved this town even if they didn't always love her back.

She had tried hard her whole life to make them accept her.

Many people never did, but she found her own community that made it all worthwhile.

"What is the matter, my love?" He asked.

"What was the point of it all?" she asked. "What impact have I made?"

"You don't need to worry about that," He replied. "It's not as important as most people think it is."

She looked at Him in confusion.

"Look at the people in that hospital room and down at the ones who couldn't be there. You touched their lives. You made them happy. You made me happy. That's what matters the most."

You looked down at her town and gazed at it one last time.

"Are you ready to go?" He asked.

"Yes," she said.

She grabbed His hand and the two of them disappeared.