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    Oh my goodness, I am so incredibly sorry. Big hugs from me to you, and I will go hug my mommy now.

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    That’s so sad! Sorry to hear that! My mom is 66 and has been going to the doctor and specialists recently to get everything checked out with her health. She has high blood pressure so we are trying to get that lowered as I have been concerned about her but hope it get better. It’s a good reminder to be loving and grateful to our parents while we still have time.

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    So very sorry for you loss 🙁 My deepest condolences


    That’s just tragic! My prayers to you and your family. My mother is gone as well and I sincerely wish I could hug her. My condolences.


    That’s just tragic! My prayers to you and your family. My mother is gone as well and I sincerely wish I could hug her. My condolences.


    My deepest sympathy it is very hard to lose a parent, sibling, child or pet but especially your mother.


    So very sorry for you and your families loss 🙁 such a difficult thing to face even when expected but to have a sudden and completely unexpected loss is so much harder. Sending loving thoughts and energy your way


    I am so, so sorry for your loss. 🙁

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    I’m so sorry, dragonmedley. Mothers are precious and there’s nobody else like them in the world. They love us in a way that nobody else can fathom. May yours rest in peace. You’ll see her again someday. Cherish the happy memories you have. She would want you to be happy in life. *hugs*


    My deepest condolences… I can relate. Lost my Dad just over a year ago and I’m still trying to learn to live without him. The grief is so all consuming at times.

    I will hug my Mom for you…I treasure her all the more these days.

    A quote that comforts me…
    “Grief never ends, but it changes. It is a passage, not a place to stay. Grief is not a sign of weakness, nor a lack of faith, it is the price of love.”


    Thank you everyone for your kind words and thoughts.

    This weekend was particularly difficult as we had the funeral and gatherings with all my aunts. My mom was very close to her sisters-in-law too, so it was hard for all of us to say goodbye.

    Melody, Susie and the gang sent me a beautiful bouquet of flowers and they lit up the day 🙂

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    So sorry for your loss. Losing a parent or parents is one of the worst feelings. I, as well as others here I’m sure, very much feel your pain. I lost my mother 6 years ago to a sudden heart attack. It still feels like it happened a short time ago. There were no warning signs. She was fine and then…gone. I’d like to say the pain of loss will go away in time, but it will always be there in some form. It will just become manageable over time ans easier to deal with.

    I don’t know if you’re religious or believe in an afterlife. If you are and do, try take comfort she is free from the constraints, pains, and indignities of a mortal shell. She’ll be watching over you and your family until it’s time to reunite on the other side.

    Best wishes.

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