Five things that I am loving right now: 1. Experiencing being a grandmother for the first time 2. Seeing my daughter graduate from high school and going to the University of Miami on a full scholarship 3. Strawberries and whip cream the perfect treat any day of the week 4. School getting ready to get out so my other children can sleep late!! They are burned out!! 5. My husband this is really a tie between number 1View Thread
The first thing that I want to say is that I hope your mother continues to be a survivor and everything works out for her. I am sad to say that I am in the same boat that you are in. I just found out today that my mother has breast cancer and I think that she is taking it better than me. I also feel bad that I can not be there for my mother because we live in different states. She lives in Philadelphia and I live in Florida. When I heard the news today all I could do was cry. The one thing that I know is that I am going to pray for my mom and ask that everything works out for her and I am also going to tell you that your mother is a strong women. She knows how to beat this and she will come out on top. Keep in mind that medical science has improved from 18 years ago and people are surviving things that they would not have survived before. I will say a special pray for your mother tonight and I will ask that everything works out with your mom.View Thread
One reason why she has probably not contacted you is because this might be a hard subject for her to deal with. Some people choose to block out hurtful things. She loves you and she is worried about you she is just scared that she might lose another love one. Just focus on getting yourself better and she will come around.View Thread
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