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Its been three years now since you left us. I still sometimes cry for you. I think about you every day and I hope that you are proud of me. I wish you were still here. I wish that I could talk to you again. Sometimes I am angry that you left us. Why couldn't they just fix it. Its not fair!


I remember that you told me I could do anything that I wanted in this life. I remember you would tell me that you wouldn't be here forever. I remember thinking that you weren't going anywhere. You did. Now your gone.


Three years. It feels like yesterday that I got that call telling me to come home. You were in the hospital and I had to come quick. I drove as fast as I could to get there. What would have been a 10 hour drive took us 8 and a half. I wasn't fast enough was I . You were gone 2 hours before I could make it. I never got to say good bye. I wish I could have looked upon your face and told you how much I love you.


I love you mom. I miss you. I will always and forever be your little girl.


Love you,

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Southern Girl,


I am sorry for the loss of your mom. It sounds like you loved her very much, and that she loved you and was very proud of you.


Perhaps you can do something special today to help remember her?


Like create a scrap book with pictures and magazine clippings with your older children of things that their grandmother liked, to help them learn about her and remember her with you.



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I am very sorry. Anniversaries of a parent's death are so hard. My dad died a little over a month ago and I know it seems like a count down for me. Sometimes I say to myself if I could only go back these many days he would still be alive.

It sounds like you had a very loving mother and we have to believe we will see them again someday. Hang in there ....hugs

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So Sorry.

Sometimes it feels like it happened yesterday...

You have to know she raised a loving daughter...what more could she want?

I know you miss her, what better for her than that?

I know these are only words, but it sounds as if you two were really complete. And sometimes that's the best we can do. To know, though they are gone, that you connected.


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i'm so sorry... from what you wrote (which made me tear up by the way!!!), one couldn't ask for a more loving and compassionate daughter...which does carry on into you being a loving and compassionate mother--traits i'm sure you learned from your mom...

take care.

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