I have to admit, I’m really struggling right now. Halloween has always been my favorite time of year and it’s something I shared with my Mom who was also a HUGE Halloween fan. Every year for the past decade, I’ve been going up to her house to dress up and hand out candy with her….
My mom’s first birthday since her passing and the start of our ages drifting apart.
Blog entry about my Mom, her love of jewelry, and learning to embrace a little of her bold style for myself.
Every part of going through the loss of my mom has been hard. I mean, yeah, of course, she’s my mom. But one of the most frustrating parts of this experience has been my inability to cry. And I don’t mean that I don’t want to, I mean, it physically hurts me to cry. I…
It’s so stupid. I have these moments where I’ll be sitting there, and I’m like I am so deeply and profoundly sad and for half a second I forget why. Then it’s like….duh you dumbass. Obviously! Your mother died a month ago! But even though that knowledge is there constantly and there’s no escaping it,…
My mom died yesterday.
I’m sure one of these days I’ll have the energy to talk about how we got here, but for now, I just feel the need to write and I’m starting at the end rather than the beginning. So forgive me.