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Christmas Eve After Quarantine Christmas Eve

Christmas Eve at my mother in law’s feels like it happened so long ago because of the pandemic. It was so nice to spend time with family on Christmas Eve. The simple things were taken for granted before the pandemic. I just expected to see family on Christmas Eve but when I couldn’t I was… Continue reading Christmas Eve After Quarantine Christmas Eve

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Another Thanksgiving Without My Parents

Thanksgiving is the time to share what you’re thankful for over the year. It’s hard to think about what I’m thankful for after seeing all the posts saying “I’m thankful for my parents” popping up. I have to thinks about what they taught me and how they made me into the woman I am today. … Continue reading Another Thanksgiving Without My Parents

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Watching The Years Pass By Too Fast

Mom, the years are passing by way too fast. I don’t even know where the time is going anymore. It’s like I blink and another year passes by without you. The pain isn’t getting any better. Time just opens up a bigger hole in my heart instead of healing the broken pieces. Grief is a… Continue reading Watching The Years Pass By Too Fast

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Happy 6th birthday To My mom in Heaven

Dear mom, Happy 6th birthday in heaven and Mother’s Day. I hope dad is making you breakfast in bed and brought you flowers to plant in your garden. I imagine you have a garden in heaven since you love planting flowers and growing vegetables. I bet it’s a beautiful garden like your soul. Ana and… Continue reading Happy 6th birthday To My mom in Heaven

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Thanksgiving During A Pandemic as a Parentless Mother

Thanksgiving is a holiday where you share what you’re thankful for with others. The typical things people say they’re thankful for are their Mom and Dad. Sometimes, other things are mentioned but it’s mainly Mom and Dad. They should be because parents are wonderful figures in our lives. Moms and Dads do so much for… Continue reading Thanksgiving During A Pandemic as a Parentless Mother

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Dear Mom Six Years Ago You Left Me

Dear Mom, Time just keeps moving on without you. It’s starting to see as if another day now. I hate how it’s feeling like a typical day. My heart still feels heavy as always on this day. But it’s different because I’m trying to not let it drain me. I can’t let the numbness and… Continue reading Dear Mom Six Years Ago You Left Me

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Wake Me Up When October Ends During The Pandemic

As October starts, I can't help myself from thinking about what if my mom was alive. October has always been my favorite month but the last almost 6 years brought on a roller coaster of emotions. Luckily as my daughter gets older, the pain of my mom’s death anniversary disappears in the air. She loves… Continue reading Wake Me Up When October Ends During The Pandemic

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Grief Doesn’t Always Approach The Same Way

Everyone hates dealing with life after death and the grieving process. Is it the same every time? No! How do people deal with it? Everyone is different! Does it change you? Oh yes, definitely, will change you! How should one cope? Continue reading to find out! Grieving is different for everyone. It's also never the… Continue reading Grief Doesn’t Always Approach The Same Way

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Today Marks A Year For The Closing of My Mom’s House

A year ago today, my mom’s house was sold. I have mixed feelings about this day. The day itself was emotional and has a hold on my heart. I wish I could still go to this gorgeous house and visit my mom. I hoped this day was a nightmare this last year, but of course,… Continue reading Today Marks A Year For The Closing of My Mom’s House