3 Years.

PMfIXFx8b1SUHbed.jpgI contemplated whether or not to write this post, like I do every year. There really isn’t much to say. It does get a little easier to “deal” with the sadness, but of course it will never go away. The sadness that is. But you can only hope that the happiness of her being in a better place will overcome your own selfish sadness. I say selfish, because that’s what I would be if I wanted to her to stay here, even though she was suffering.

Three years has past. Three years of changes, and life passing, moving forward. I never thought I’d be the type to marry, or want kids. And after losing my maman so young, I couldn’t even imagine doing things without her, like getting married, and having babies. Yet here we are, a mere three years later and what has happened? I bought my first home. I fell in love. I got engaged. We’re planning a wedding, and babies.

I can only hope to share my memories and love from my mother to my future children.

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  1. Aww..well congrats on everything pertaining to you..But I know how you feel towards your mom I’m in the same place except with my father..I feel for you.But like you I got married a month and a week after my father passed and he came to visit me the same night we got married and told me he was happy for me..And after so many more vivid dreams of him I ended up preggo with a child that I believe is him.Sound crazy but I no longer have visits/dreams of him since Baby Mili was born..Anyways please keep me updated with you..I love you and miss you cuzz.-daisy

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