08 May 2011

mother's day

it appears that mother's day without one's mother does not necessarily get easier with time. at least, not yet. maybe next year. 

9 comments:

Sweet Mess said...

(((hugs)))

It is my Mom's first Mother's day without a mom~ I wish I could have been there in person to give her a hug.

Tina H said...

No it does not seem to get any easier. It has been 9 years since my mom passed. I have always been the one to want to buy flowers and visit her burial site, but I just could not do it this year.
So here is a HUG for you.

Lynne said...

Thinking of you - Fathers' Day without my father was a big deal last year so I can imagine...

patti said...

I know how you feel...

susan t. landry said...

i understand your grief; on the other hand, i have to assume that your daughter was counting her blessings, as was *her* daughter. from what you've said about your mother, this is probably the best possible tribute.
xo

Kay said...

I am sorry you have lost your Mom. I cannot deal with Father's day either. It has been 5 years and still painful. My thoughts are with you

Star said...

Dear Chris, so very sorry...here's the Milan urban vegetation post I promised you; it's just in time to send you a virtual hug from Milan: http://mymilanitaly.blogspot.com/2011/05/honeysuckle.html. If you'd like to share it with the others, too, that would be nice.

Nora said...

It helps if you are a mother yourself and sh is in turn a mother, don't you think? I'm in the same position and we do adapt. It's sad, but live goes on and on...

Laura said...

My thoughts and prayers are with you Chris. Your mom left a wonderful legacy; a daughter who remembers her with love.