Can I finish being sad now?

by frogpondsrock on February 12, 2013

in cancer,Grief,Sadness

Can I finish being sad now?

No! You will never finish being sad.

And that is the awful truth.

Some days I am fine and other days the sadness forms itself into a solid lump in my chest that will not shift.

I miss my mother.

Every day, multiple times a day, multiple times a minute.

Constant, the sadness is constant.

seagull

 

 

 

{ 5 comments }

sleepydwarf February 12, 2013 at 10:14 am

Big hugs. I am thinking of you x

Helena February 12, 2013 at 2:58 pm

I was thinking a lot about my Mum this morning too – I find myself VERY jealous of people who still have their Mum, or, even worse for me, if they still have BOTH their parents. It is sad but true that you often don’t fully appreciate something until it is gone, but I really want to give people a big shake when I hear them whinge about their parents!!! I would give anything just to be able to sit down with mine and talk (and no-one else can give a hug like your Mum!!)
Hopefully a cyber-hug from me might help a little bit though…xxx

river February 12, 2013 at 9:24 pm

I’m actually a little jealous of your sadness, because it means you were close to your mum.
I didn’t miss mine at all and still don’t.
I’m closer to my daughter and I’m pleased that she is very close to her daughter.

Amanda February 15, 2013 at 7:20 pm

Yep. Everyday. All the time. It sucks. Hugs

Watershedd February 17, 2013 at 7:19 am

Hufe hug, Kim. And chocolate thoughts. X

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