Today Charles and I took some silk fall flowers and colorful leaves for Mom. I hadn't changed her flowers since my sister and I were out in the spring...
(Somehow summer slipped away)
Someone had added a bunch of beautiful Hibiscus flowers since we were there and since they still looked fresh and pretty I just added the fall colors to them!
(Mom would love them together anyway )
In January it will be 8 years since Mom left us and I can honestly say she has been in my thoughts every single day of all those years.
In case any of you have doubts of who the greatest love is, in your life, take a lesson from me...You'll have no greater love than your mom.
(at least not in this mortal world)
Don't wait until it's too late to say those words to her and to show your love in your actions!
I hope I expressed my love in words and deeds to my
What I would not give to have a hug from my mom one more time-and to see her sweet smile!
This statue stands near Mom's place. It's a comfort for me to see this when I go out there.
(below)shows the spot where my nephew and grand niece lie...so near to Mom.
( "Ma-Ma" -Paul's grandmother and Brenda's great-grandmother)
They died together in a motorcycle accident after Mom passed away.
(Thankfully-in this mortal life- Mom was spared the heartache of losing those loved ones and also, Phil - Paul's brother)
So much sadness, visiting out there...Well... but really- there is no escaping it, anyway!
I guess the only way NOT to hurt is Not to love at all- and I wouldn't want that!