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Missing my mom

Saturday, February 08, 2014

Been thinking of my late mom here lately. She was a great woman. She put up with me being a pain in the butt as a teen. Now I regret being a pain. I still regret not seeing that she was having a stroke in 1998 that put her in a nursing home. I did a science fair project on it in the 7th grade on stokes. She was the best cook. Since the stroke in 1998, I forgot what her voice sounded like, her hugging me, and all of the small things? Am I the only one that feels this way? I feel so alone even though my dad is still here. Thanks for letting me rant. Needed it. Plus it helped me cry. I haven't really cried for her yet.

Wish that it was warmer and we didn't have any big dogs in the neighborhood so I can go for a walk. I miss taking one by myself and with the dog. I know that I took one this past Sunday to church but it was in the single digits temperatures. But I really want to go for a long walk that takes me out to our fairgrounds on the other side of town and back home.

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CLAVINOVA 2/13/2014 11:30PM

    So sorry that you lost your Mom so young - it's always hard to lose those we love dearly. Hope you can cherish all the great memories you have about her on days when you're missing her more. emoticon

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PMSLIVES 2/10/2014 11:46PM

    You wrote this on my birthday and I too miss my mom. She passed 3 weeks ago so this was the first birthday I didn't have that call from her to tell me about "that day." I missed that along with so many other things about her. So you know you are not alone. And you are very understood. emoticon

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BABY_GIRL69 2/10/2014 6:08PM

    I was a brat as well I mean BIG time! She was a saint having to put up with me. So my mom died back in 1997 I have her voice, taste her cooking & hear her singing... She is still inside you you just need to sit still and listen.

God bless & emoticon


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MANDYLOVE_76 2/9/2014 7:50PM

    Sorry you are missing your mom. My thoughts are with you!

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JUSTLYLE 2/9/2014 6:33PM

    Being a man have the same feelings about my Dad, was kind, hard working man, still find many life lessons I still do today. I had a hard time until I stopped my truck along the road and just really broke down. I feel tears in my eyes now. That was in 1961! Always love him! Skeeter

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    A bond between a mother and daughter is very special. Cherish your memories. emoticon

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JOYCE2U 2/8/2014 11:27PM

    I am so sorry you are missing your mom. I know what you are going thru. I lost mom 10 years ago. We were so close. At times I still call her and tell her something. I was going thru a divorce before I was told mom had cancer. It was a rough time. It takes time. Cherish each precious moment you had. emoticon

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LINDA! 2/8/2014 8:50PM

    I lost my mother in 1992. I still think of, and miss her, everyday. You are a lucky person to have had a great mom. Treasure your memories. emoticon

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    Sorry about your mom, keep your memories alive and celebrate the good times you shared. What do the big dogs in the neighborhood do, chase you? I see people walking with sticks to scare the big dogs away with.

Pretty sure teenage daughters are all a pain to their moms, with few exceptions. Moms expect it emoticon have a great weekend
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SUGARSMOM2 2/8/2014 11:05AM

  oh , honey , I am so sorry that you are missing your mom . It is like that for most of us when our moms pass over . we think of all the good stuff about them and that is the way it is . Hold her tight in your mind . as the years past the memery will be faded like the sound of her voice . you are loved and being hugged right now . emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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JIBBIE49 2/8/2014 11:05AM

    So happy, DONE GIRL, that you had a mom you can miss. Good Moms are great to have. My mother died when I was 17 and I have never missed her. She wasn't a bad Mom at all, just not close to me since she'd been married before and had other kids. Her marriage to my father was as she'd say "one of convenience."

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JERIBERI1 2/8/2014 10:08AM

    It doesn't matter how old you are when you lose your mom. It makes you feel like an orphan. I lost my mom in 2001. Sending you hugs emoticon

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