...and trying to remember that "normal" is just a setting on the washing machine...
Very sorry for your loss, Thimbelle. Your Mom sounded like she was an awesome person and I know she'll be deeply missed. *hugs*
Condolences and regards.
I'm so sorry to hear the sad news, and sorrier still that I didn't get around here earlier, my friend. My rock-solid belief is that she is now in a better place, and I'm fairly certain you know that, as well. Of course, that doesn't do a lot to lessen the sadness of those who remain. My sincerest condolences to you and yours. Please unburden with us as need be. We're here to listen.
Oh Thim. My belated but heartfelt sympathy for your loss. I may not be on the blogosphere as much as I used to, but am always available by email, if you ever need to bend an ear. We'll have you and yours in our thoughts and prayers.--mm
ah jeez, thim. i just found this. i'm so sorry.you know the grief is completely normal; so is the relief - please don't feel guilty.*hugs*
Just checking in, love. Hope all is returning to some form of normalcy for you. Prayer said, of course.
Just checking back in. Be well.
One more check-in to see if you're still alive...
It's been a long time, but I used to drop in on your blog occasionally to keep with your story. I'm so sorry to hear this has come to pass. As someone who is grieving two significant losses this year myself, I know how hard it can be to find joy in day-to-day life sometimes. I hope you're able to find it.
hey, thinking about you. hope all's well.
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