by Carol
(New York)

It been one year today that I lost my beautiful daughter Lori to cancer. It been a tough mother's day. I just feel so tired. It helped to spend the day with my younger daughter and grandchildren. I still miss and love you so much Lori.


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Jul 16, 2011
by: Sue

I lost my beautiful daughter, Lori, to Triple Negative Breast Cancer on July 4, 2011. Lori's cancer reoccured in November, 2010, and tho the dr. didn't give us much hope, they continued with various treatments. She was in so much pain, tho receiving a lot of pain meds. She was conscious enough to say "I Love You" to her nine year old daughter. Actually, her pain was so bad when she was in the Advanced Palliative Care Center that I urged her to fly away to where there is no more suffering. She was a photographer of dogs, children, and families. I have lost my daughter and dearest friend. My only consolation is her daughter. I now know what "grief stricken" feels like.

Jun 18, 2011
by: CB

I feel in such a funk this weekend. It's been over a year since I lost her, but the pain is still so strong sometime. I wish I didn't feel so sad. Don't know if this will every get easier.

May 10, 2011
Tough Day for Moms
by: Dakota Blues

Mothers Day was a tough day this year. Highs and Lows all around. It is hard to hear the tributes to Mother and not feel a deep longing, and sadness, for our children.

I have one living daughter and I try my hardest to connect with her. The living. It's tough. She need not lose her sister and her mother. It's a fine line.

I am thankful you have family you are able to spend time with them and enjoy. Gotta think those little ones will be key to your growth and life.

I'm sorry for your broken heart. I keep hearing...one day at a time! Hugs~

May 10, 2011
Thank You
by: Carol

Thank you. Hugs to you too. None of it makes sense. It just is what it is. Take care of yourself.

May 09, 2011
from California
by: Shirley

Hugs to you. Today is 9 months that I lost my sweet son Dimitri to leukemia. He was only 23 and was growing into the most beautiful man with such a bright future ahead of him. It was my first Mother's Day without him and it was so hard. It doesn't make any sense does it? I guess I'll never understand why our children had to die so young.

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