My Mom was my best friend

by Lynda
(NYC)

My Mom was my best friend. We lived close by for decades. She was beautiful and I would talk to her at least three times every day and see her at least five times per week. She went on vacation with us and spent every holiday with me. This is the first Fourth of July that my Mom is not with me.

My daughter was her favorite because she not only was smart like her but looked just like her. She was born at the same time my Dad died.

My daughter had ruptured appendicits and almost died. That was when my evil siblings started to take advantage of my mom. They took her money and her house and then put cameras in her home, changed her locks and phone number, and literally killed her by not letting me or my sister's families (her favorites) see her. I hired an attorney immediately and was at work when I got a call that my Mom was dead. I never got to say goodbye to my Mom. She was not unhealthy. My attorney subpoened the hospital record but I know she died of a broken heart.

I have lived through almost every life crisis there is, but this has been the most hurtful.

I love you Mom!

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Jul 08, 2012
My Mom is an Angel Now
by: Lynda

Dear Doreen,

Thank you for your valuable input. My Mom did have a will and the evil siblings got rid of it. They made my Mom sign a trust to them only for which my lawyers has gotten their lawyer to admit that it was not legal.

Legally they will pay for what they have done. And I truly believe they will go straight to hell for their evil actions.

I see you are from the U.K. My Mom was born on her way here...to the U.S..on a ship. I took her to England for her birthday and am so glad that I did. I have so many fond memories that I try to think of instead of the pain and torment of the last several months.

Thanks again,

Lynda


Jul 06, 2012
My Mom was my best friend.
by: Doreen U.K.

Lynda
I am sorry for the loss of your mother. I understand from your post that your mother was in the house that your siblings hijacked. at the time of her death. That sounds suspicious. Who would behave like this? It is so easy for families to be fractured when there is a favourite child or children. I was a favourite child and I paid a price for this from all my siblings. A lifetime of jealousy. It will often take a death for this to explode in the family. This is the difficulty I am in now. To try and put my youngest daughter on the house deeds so that she is protected and her siblings cannot turf her out of the home so they can get their share. My youngest daughter would not be able to get a mortgage. She would be homeless. Renting is so expensive. One has to be forward thinking to protect those in the family who need protecting. I am sure Lynda that you could get the law on your side. I shouldn't have thought that it was legal to do what your siblings are doing unless your mother did not leave a WILL. There are so many complications. I hope that you will not have more grief added to what you are going through with the loss of your mother. I am going through this at the moment and it is hard to deal with. The people who wouldn't expect to be greedy suddenly come in and want everything.
I hope it all works out for you with the minimum of stress.

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