Thursday, October 06, 2005

Anniv


Today is 3 years since my Mom died. It doesn't feel so long. I can still remember the feel of her hug. The hardest part is knowing that her Grandchildren are missing out on such a wonderful influence in their life. She would be getting such a kick out of Mya (except when Mya is being bratty, which, unfortunately, happens alot these days - the terrible twos a little late)

6 comments:

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Catie said...

Tina,
I've been writing and deleting, writing and deleting. I don't know what to say. It's just sad and shitty.

Tina*:) said...

I am sure your mom would enjoy the darlings, bratty or not*:)

Thoughts go out to you.XXOO

mamastal said...

I know your mom watches over you and her grandchildren and is very proud of what she sees. The way you talk about her keeps her memory alive and I know she lives on in the soul of Mya! Just keep talking about her to Mya and she will know her even though she never met her. I know first hand b/c my daughter never met my mom, but she can tell you stories of her and if I show her a picture she knows who she is!
May her love always embody you and I know her spirit surrounds you!!!
Much Love ~Crystal~

Tanya Nichols said...

your children have you and your happy memories of her. I love family tradition and the passing down of 1 happy memory to another. My mother has not passed away but she did have a nervous breakdown she has never truly recovered from, she does not contact us and does not want contact from us. At the age of 12 i raised my brother(3) and sister(6). I remember her loving the beach (we lived in Anaheim, California) and she LOVED to bake and loved to read to me. I don't really know why I wrote this other than to say I want her happy moments to be my memory of her. Hard to write about her as it is always like she passed...

nancy said...

Tina- I remember when we worked together and you mom passed away. What a tough time that was. Not much can be said to put into words how unfair that is. Just be assured that your mom is watching over you now and is very happy that you keep her alive in your thoughts. Hang in there.