Members solemate Posted April 27, 2008 Members Report Share Posted April 27, 2008 Mothers day is fast approaching and already the shops are filled with cards and gifts - this will be the second mothers day that my beloved mum will not be with me. what do I do - last year was a blur - she and dad had only just gone and it came and went in tears. This year I am trying for my daughter to be strong and have a day for her - after all I am her mother. My Mum and I were looking to forward to a special dinner with special antique dinner plates. I love to cook and lay the table special. I will be trying this year to put that in place for my daughter and I. She also misses my mum and is very quiet about the whole thing. I just cry and cant seem to move on. I have lost my dearest friend, mother and confidant. She was such a wonderful person who was never nasty and always saw the good in people. She cared for my Dad and knew he was a handful. She was generous with her spirit and was always happy. Although not a religious person I know she believed in doing good. I think of her often (almost daily) and have a picture of her (and dad) beside my computer. I dont want to let go and move on as some would suggest. I feel in limbo just going day by day and never moving from the grief I still feel. I still ask questions of that terrible day that I lost both of them. These questions will never be answered and I must find a way to accept that, but for the moment they are still unanswered. Its market day Mum and you and I would normally go there together and have such a good time. A cuppa together and a hunt for that special item for your dolls. I will try to be the daughter you wanted me to be as you will always be the Mother I always wanted. I love you always and you are never far from my heart. Your darling daughter Gayle xxx Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.