Lost my mom at 15 to pancreatic cancer
I'm 16 now, but I lost my mom when I was 15 to pancreatic cancer. It was and still is the hardest thing ever. I remember coming home on October 15, 2013 to a lot of family in my living room and my mom on the couch. I knew something was wrong because everyone looked upset and my brother had come home from ND. So I sat by my mom, and then my aunt told me that they went to the doctors and they found out that my mom had pancreatic cancer and that it was terminal. Everyone started crying except me. I just couldn't. I was in shock and I still am 9 months later. I just couldn't grasp the fact that my mom was going to die before I even turned 16. Now let's skip to November. My brother and I cared for my mom for about 2 weeks and then it happened. November 1, 2013. She left me. It was a Friday and it was about 12 am. I was trying to go to sleep and then my dad woke me up and told me that mom wasn't doing well and that I needed to come say goodbye because it wouldn't be long before she was gone. So I got up and went into her room and told everyone to leave. I was by myself and I just told her everything I wanted to tell her. I cried and begged God not to take her. I told her I loved her and she said "I love you too sweetheart." I started crying even more because she always called me sweetheart. Then everyone came back in and my brother told her it was okay to let go. Then it was my turn, I didn't want to say it but she was suffering so I told her it was okay to let go. My aunt then played the song "Let Her Go" by Passenger and we all just say there near her and then at about 1:07 am, God took my mom home to Heaven...