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(My mom’s last Christmas 2013)

Death is such a difficult thing to deal with in this life.
It’s not the ones who go that need prayer, it’s the ones who stay.
There is nothing worse than having so many good memories with someone and realizing you won’t be able to make anymore together.
No matter how much time passes, you miss them even more.
They say time heals all and it does heal most temporary pains but, death just isn’t one of them.
Even in many years from now when it will be the 10th Christmas without her instead of the 2nd…
Even after multiple holidays, birthdays, special occasions, and many single moments of excitement…
No matter how much time passes,
it will always feel like the bandaid covering the wound was ripped right off making you bleed again.
I guess you never actually stop grieving, you just learn to accept and deal with it.
-Kbeautifulmind

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3 thoughts on “

  1. Sweetie, you will stop grieving in your own time. You will miss her especially during the holidays but you will remember the good times and cry with joy in your heart knowing you’ll see her again.

    It’s going to be 13yrs since my mom passed on Superbowl Sunday and I do miss her so very much but she’s the one rejoicing in Heaven and we’re still here. I rejoice because she’s home.

    Hugs, Emma

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