Posts Tagged mom

Sixty

Today would have been my Mom’s sixtieth birthday. I’m trying to keep my emotions in check as it’s been 18 years since she passed but it’s still rather difficult. I can’t help but daydream about what could have been. She died so young. Heck, she was the age I am now. So even though I’m sad, I’m giving thanks. I have lots of wonderful memories of her and my own journey has really just begun. Plus as Basherter likes to remind me, she is off in another dimension and is most likely upset that I’m still mourning her. It doesn’t […]

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Phenomenal Woman

One of the biggest regrets surrounding my mother’s death, is that I didn’t take part in her funeral service. Truth be told by the time she died, I was so emotionally and physically exhausted that I just let others take over. All my effort the proceeding months had been consumed with trying to keep her alive, to get her on a path to remission, that when the end came, I had nothing left. But I really do wish I had said something during the service. Even if it was just to read a poem. The one that comes to mind […]

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Protection

Today would have been my mom’s 59th birthday. And while she may be gone, she is still dearly missed and definitely not forgotten. Particularly as she is now my angel and as Robbie Williams said: “And through it all she offers me protection A lot of love and affection Whether I’m right or wrong And down the waterfall Wherever it may take me I know that life won’t break me When I come to call she won’t forsake me I’m loving angels instead” She is my angel and I know won’t forsake me!

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