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
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
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
This is our life now.This is how mommy and you have to shop.This is how mommy and you stay safe. I never thought you would have to live in a world were masks are required in public.Life doesn’t always go as planned though from time to time. I’m so proud of you for listening to… Continue reading The Light Is Starting to Shine Through The Pandemic
I'm so sorry for your loss. I never wanted you to understand the pain I do every day so soon. I may know what it’s like to lose a father, but I can't even imagine the pain you're feeling right now. It's a greater pain than I will ever feel because COVID-19 took him from… Continue reading To My Best Mommy Friend Who Lost Her Father To Covid-19
Depression is creeping in my mind. I'm moving into a different kind of grief stage this year. My positive thoughts are fading in and out. I can't believe how much time has past. A full decade without you feels so unreal. How in the world did so much time past? Today, it feels as if… Continue reading A Decade Without You Feels So Unreal
Moving on after a Mother’s death isn't possible because you can never “move on.” The pain is too deep to so call “move on” from.