If I had to sum up the best time of our life in words, it would be our Childhood. Childhood is the phase where we are molded into the person we are meant to be. And one of the most memorable moments of our Childhood is playing with our siblings, conspiring tiny pranks on each other, from sharing our chocolates to sharing the problems we grow up with each other. There is no one in this world like your Siblings besides your Parents who would understand you with utmost clarity and transparency.
However, the worst feeling we can ever go through is losing our siblings. It’s like the dagger has been stabbed into the same wound again. First would definitely be losing out on parents then on Siblings. Ree Drummond (52) is going through the same phase upon losing her brother Michael who was 17 months older than her.
The Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond took her social media handle to request her fan following and the netizens to shower prayers on her family after her brother Michael Smith’s (54) demise. She, in her post, wrote that her life sums up to be perfect when her Brother was around, had her back, and now that he is no more, she feels alone and shattered. Her life no longer seems perfect. In short, her post was sorrowful.
Ree Drummond’s brother Michael Smith (Mike) was the apple of everyone’s eyes. Drummond feels grateful for every year and every moment in the last 50 years. Ree Drummond asked everyone to pray for her parents because they are the ones who would feel the void in their hearts minutely, and that pain would be nerve-wracking.
Furthermore, Ree Drummond prayed for the soul of her brother Michael Mike Smith to stay peaceful and tranquil on the other side, and her heart would be longing for him until they meet again. There has been no apparent news on the cause of his death, but sources have tried to get in touch with Drummond and her family. If any clarifications are made regarding his cause of death, we’ll keep you posted. Michael had the most loving sisters.
Betsey Smith took her Instagram account to post regarding her brother’s demise and captioned it that Michael was the most fun-loving and genuine person ever. He was grateful that she got a big brother like Michael in this life, who was dead-end caring and sweet and would be missed by tons of people. Ree Drummond shared pictures of her alongside Late Michael Smith.
One was a childhood picture, and the other was the latest present one. In response to Michael’s death, one of his best buddies, Dan Dalton, wrote in his Facebook post that Michael was Bartlesville Icon and the most spirited figure he had ever seen. Dalton said that God didn’t make Michael suffer and took him when he was happy and jolly. He was even sure that he would make friends on the other side of the world because of Michael’s friendly nature.
Mostly everyone wished him luck on his heavenly abode and gave deepest condolences to Michael’s family. Back in 2011, Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond mentioned her brother facing some developmental disabilities, which might cause his demise.