In sacred and loving memory of Phyllis j.Witkowski

by GypsyMagickRaven

I have lost my only true blue friend on May 20th,2012 she would have been 80 this June 23rd the lung cancer spread throughout her small frail body she was 5ft,80 lbs and it spread to her brain.I'm 46 but I suddenly feel like a orphan now I come from a tiny family I'm a only child as is my 13 year old son other than us two I have no one else.I've been always so strong because I had her to cheer me on,when no one else believed in me and there were times I didn't believe in myself my Mother helped me up through these times she was my rock oh how I feel so lost without her the home we created for the three of us seems too cold and quiet now I got used to her having the T.V so loud because she was going deaf and her eyesight was going as well,I cherished every mistake she made looking back at these things now the cancer was showing itself yet I didn't realize what it truly was if only it would have been a physical entity I would have fought it like a soldier at war, I was always close to that woman with such a sweet kind spirit she touched those she met she was a school teacher back in her younger days.Well my beloved MuM I can never forget you and hope we meet up again in our other life times.
Your daughter GypsyMagickRaven.

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Jun 29, 2012
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by: Leigha

Thank you Doreen for your kind words I will be honest yes it's hard when anyone not just myself was very close to a cherished loved one and they pass on
no matter if you have friends and family the hurt and loss never really leaves nor can the words help bring them back, but being strong within gives a person the strength to push forward as I'm in the process of now.
Thank you again.

Jun 28, 2012
In loving memory of Phyllis Witkowski
by: Doreen U.K.

Sorry for your loss. You are alone without any family and this must be hard for you losing a vital part of your history in the way you loved your mother. She was your everything. Your friend, confidant, mentor, encourager, Hope, you lost a great part of you. You can't lose what she gave you which is dignity to live your life for your son and to find friends along the way that will become your family because they are in your life. Best wishes. Go on to be happy and may you be blessed along the way with new people in your life to Bless you and help you in your journey of Life.

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