Memories of families  

shaper007 52M
345 posts
9/9/2006 11:41 pm

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Memories of families

Today is the third anniversary of my father passing away from a cancerous brain tumour.

My mother also died of cancer in 2000 (cancer of the throat).

There are times when we do not appreciate our parents, maybe even fight with them. However, they will always be there for you.

As my mum always said "No matter how old you are, I will always be your mum and you my son!"

So for all of you who visit my blog and read this, take a moment to respect and say thank you to your parents or close family members for the little things that they did for you.

They are after all family and are often taken for granted... but missed even more when taken away from you!!!

rm_KarmoHunny 56F
888 posts
9/10/2006 12:00 am

I'm so sorry about the passing of your parents. I truly hope they didn't suffer much. How are you getting along?

You are so right about times of not appreciating parents. When I was a teenager, I didn't appreciate my mother. Now, I can't imagine being without her. She will be 80 in November. I know she won't live forever no matter how much I wish it. I will definitely let her know how much I love her.

Thanks so much!

buxomlady69 53F

9/10/2006 7:23 am

Sending you good thoughts today my babes...wrapping you in love and huuugs

bux xxxx

Carpe unexamined life is not worth living

rmd10111 52F

9/10/2006 10:22 am

Hey baby
Lots of hugs and kisses today!! My parents live with me and I could not survive without them - i dread the thought of something happening to them. Hope you have a good one today.


justcruising76 60F

9/10/2006 12:40 pm

Big hugs and lots of kisses xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxooxoxoxoxoxoxox and a tight squezze XXXXXXXX.

InnerHeat69 54F

9/10/2006 3:26 pm


An extra special sprinkle of fairy dust on its way to you baby. Hugs, kisses and special wishes



Indulge_me101 55F

9/10/2006 10:35 pm

Shaper, my is a special hug....and kisses for u...My dad has prostate cancer with metasteses, and only have about 6 months to live. I have always seen myself as being very privilage to walk this final road with him, and this morning, after reading ur post, I just realized that I am going to loose him...that is a reality, so this morning, I will go and visit him, tell him how much he had meant to me, and tell him how much I love him........
Take care my babes...

ShyWhisper2006 54F
15175 posts
9/10/2006 10:39 pm

So very true...It is so very difficult...Healing wishes sent out to you...*smiles*

shaper007 52M

9/10/2006 11:42 pm

Karmo - Thanks for the wishes

Bux - as always, forever there

rmd - Enjoy as much of them as you can!!

JC - oooooh... soft hands and thanks

Inner - anytime with the fairy dust!!

Indulge - sorry to hear babes, wish there is something that could make it better. Be strong for him and just be there!!

Shy - mwah babes as always!!

rm_east2west67 50M
107 posts
9/12/2006 10:28 pm

Hi Bud

I lost my father to cancer when I was eight, and almost lost my daughter to cancer when she was 2. My memories of my father are very vague. You had the privilege to have both your parents around for most of your life. Savor the memories, as nobody can erase them. Our parents always leave footprints in our life's, and we tend to somehow reflect that in our own life's. Your parents must have been great looking at you.

Cheers Bud

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