To My Mother

by MrMoe 115 Replies latest jw friends

  • Hmmm

    Ummmmm, I meant you're well on your way to being half as loved, NOT well on your way to growing old and dying.

    Well... I guess you're on your way to growing old, we all are, but... on never mind! I'm not very good at this sort of thing.


  • FreeFallin

    I am so sorry for your loss, too many tears in my eyes to write anything. God Bless you.


  • Scully


    Thanks for sharing your loving thoughts of your mom with us.

    Keeping you in my thoughts, sending hugs your way...

    Love, Scully

  • SPAZnik

    This was an amazing expression of love.

    I don't have the words,
    but please know
    my thoughts are with you.

    Thank you for sharing from your heart.

    SPAZ <----*choked up*

  • teenyuck


    I am soooo sorry! Please accept my deepest sympathy.


  • LyinEyes

    Moe, so sorry to hear about you losing your mother. I really agree
    with what you said about her still being with you on the inside.
    My mom , died many years ago. Through the years I have still kept a
    relationship with her, by never forgetting every little thing she
    did , she said and even what I thought she would say. It has been
    over 16 years now, and I truly feel like I know her better , by
    becoming a mother myself, things I didnt understand about her, I do
    now. Your mother sounded like someone who left many great memories
    for you and lessons that will carry you through the hard times, until
    you can be together again someday. Thinking of you , with very much
    sympathy,,,,, Dede

  • lv4fer

    So sorry for your loss. She must of been a great mom.

    "The reward for conformity was that everyone liked you except yourself."

    Rita Mae Brown

  • jaccilynn

    i want to say sorry for your loss also and send you a big hug to give you comfort... thank you for sharing with us and reminding us how important life and love are; and not to take them for granted.

  • TheStar


    I too am in tears reading your beautiful tribute to your mom.

    I lost my father in 1992, after a horrible battle with cancer. When you said "Don't really quite know what to say, or how to feel" I remembered so vividly the day my father passed. I remember not knowing how to feel... Of course I felt sad but I also felt relieved that he was no longer in pain. It was the fact that he had to endure such pain that hurt me the most.

    Now when I reflect on my memories of dad, they are no longer so painful but instead I find comfort in those memories and I'm so glad to have them.

    May the love for your mother and your daughter sustain you and give you strength during this grievous time in your life.

    With much sympathy,


  • Xena

    So very very sorry Amanda! I know nothing anyone can say right now can make it better, but know that you are in our thoughts.....


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