Sometimes, I just want to see her face

She’s been gone 8 years but, it seems like yesterday.  Miss you mom.

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19 thoughts on “Sometimes, I just want to see her face

  1. I know the feeling baby, I miss both Mom and Dad…my dad has been gone for 15 years and mom for 6 years and I sorely miss them !!!

  2. Wow, what a beautiful picture. I feel this way about my grandfather. I miss him terribly. We have our memories, but sometimes we wish there was more.

    • @my favorite original oldgirl Ladylee…thanks, and you’re right about that…especially during the holiday season. It’s like she’s on my mind 24/7 during Mardi Gras…it was one of her favorite holidays.

  3. I LOVE this picture – so beautiful. What a wonderful way to start my day. I miss her too – all of the time. I am really sad that she didn’t get to meet my kids and they didn’t get to know the wonderfulness of her. But I truly believe that she watches over us and still taking care of us (or just being nosey….LOL)

    Well….that really got me going so thanks. LOL

    • You’re welcome SIL..lol And yes, she’s around.. just being nosey as usual!
      The weird things that happens around this house could be put on that paranormal television program…

  4. This is such a beautiful photograph. And I think you’ll always feel just the same as you do today. My mother has been gone for 14 years, and sometimes even now, I still feel like I need to tell her something, the time just disappears. When her birthday comes, I feel happy, just like you feel when you have the birthday of any other loved one. I recently posted an image of my mother taken when she was a child. sp

    • Susanna, I think I’ll always feels this way too. I’m glad I’m able to get beyond the misery and enjoy the memories but sometimes…

    • Thanks Citizen K. It helps when I hear from people who know how this loss feels. Losing a parent, no matter what age you are, hits hard.

    • Thanks Reggie. I think we all go through those phases where,we wish we could have one more minute with our parents who’ve passed.

  5. I feel you. Next Sunday, Mom will be gone 30 days. I still can’t delete her phone number, I still find myself wanting to sall, I still stare at her pictures…I still can’t believe she is gone. I am glad she is out of pain (she had pancreatic cancer) but the little girl in me just misses my mommie.

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