Missing my Mom!!

by Brenda
(webster city, ia USA)


My mom passed away on March 21,2012 at 1:21 am ( I was not there) she had been in the hospital for 9 days before that. My dad an her were out of town shopping when she started to not feel good. She got admitted to the hospital with stomach issues. The 1st day I saw her I knew she had had a stroke but the hospital wasnt telling us that. She was at this hospital for a few days an not gettin better so we sent her to a bigger hospital. At one point we all thought she was gettin better ( she didnt) we finally got told that she had had several strokes ( yes she was a smoker) so severe that there was no way of her coming back to us. We finally sent her to hospice where she passed away! She was only 64yrs and I miss her more than words can say!!

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Jan 22, 2013
Take Comfort, Give Peace Each Other
by: Federico

I was truly glad receiving this message from You. Sometimes I think when I wake up, I did not understand nothing, and ask myself what I did wrong. Is a lesson hard to learn. But the only thing really important y being supported by people who knows how we suffer, the pain of this lost. God Bless You, and 100000 thanks. And remember going forward again!

Jan 22, 2013
I am missing my mom too
by: Velvet

I am so sorry for the loss of your mom. I lost my mom August 2012 after battling brain cancer. What a way to see someone die! About a month after she was diagnosed, she had trouble speaking and reading and processing information and going to bathroom and such. My mom was a proud, independent woman and was reduced to a wheelchair and feeding tube before she died. I could tell that even though the tumor was crushing her skull, she was sad because she knew she had to be dependent on the nurses and aids in the nursing home and that she wasn't going to get better. I could see the look of terror in my mom's eyes when she realized she couldn't speak and that she needed a feeding tube. I didn't get official word that she was going to die until the last two weeks of her life when she slipped into a coma after a massive seizure and I had to admit her to hospice. Admitting your mother to hospice is the most gut wrenching experience! I will never forget making that decision and crying for two full days afterwards. I am hugging you now. I am sure you are a great daughter and your mom thanks you for all the care and love you gave her while she was alive.

Jan 21, 2013
The Whorst Thing CouldHappen To Us
by: Federico

How I understand You. I've lost my Mum in 2011 September. Recover isn't easy. I needed more than 9 months. But We must follow forward. My best wishes.

Jan 20, 2013
It will ease
by: Jan

I am so very sorry about your Mum, god bless her soul. I truly do understand the pain that goes with that. Your Mum is at peace now and will never suffer any kind of pain ever again, I know this may not help your pain but when your really down, say these words to yourself and know in your thoughts and your heart, that your Mum is ok now. My belief is that we will meet again and be re-united. I will include you in my prayers. God bless you and I will ask him to please ease your pain. Jan xx

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