saying good bye  

blueforestflower 47F
29 posts
11/11/2005 12:26 am

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saying good bye

i just got back from seeing my mom who as some know is dieing of cancer. it was hard to see her so weak.even harder was knowing when i left it would be the last time i would see her alive....
she is still alive but it is just a matter of time ...says the dr. she has fought long and hard and still she fights.where she gets the strenght i dont know but shes not giving up. so if she is still alive on thanksgiving i will be thankful for being able to still have her in my life for even one more day. so this thanksgiving think of your mom and be thankful that she is still with you. for mine may not be.

goodtogonow63 53M
1 post
11/14/2005 2:08 pm

sexy and sentimental, what an excellent combination. i am new to this, ut it sounds like you would be a great place to start, i will pray for your mother, because no one wants to lose someone they love

rm_lickmepretty 50F
851 posts
11/18/2005 11:39 pm

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AnEnigma517 59M

11/22/2005 7:39 am

This became a poignant time of year for me in 1999. Mom made it through Thanksgiving, but passed on before Christmas. She had suffered a life of pain (not cancer) as a result of a spinal injury in 1964, gastro-intestinal stuff beginning in the '70s, addiction to narcotics (that were legally prescribed for the pain she suffered), depression, etc. We all figured that sooner or later Kitty (her nickname) would run out of her 9 lives, but we didn't really expect that in 1999. She had just turned 70, and the day before she died, she had been out with my sister doing some early Christmas shopping.

I guess what I'm saying is, we've all got things to be thankful for if we think about it long enough, but to be grateful for loving parents is something that is automatic.

SlungSpeltDrugs 57M
82 posts
12/11/2005 10:16 am

So sorry to hear of your mother. Mine has been gone for awile but the memories are stll there. As we watched her fade she told me to live life not watch. She had a free spirit but kept it hid until we talked three nights before she left. The warm memories of your mother will comfort you.

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