I lost my mom on 9/8/09. She died so quickly she possibly didn't even know she was dying. I miss her so much, and I regret not calling her the night before to say good night. We used to talk on the phone everyday, sometimes several times a day. When she didnt pick up her phone for 3 days, I knew something was wrong. Police found her dead on the floor. My mom was gone... forever. Nothing people say or nothing I do works. My mom was my life. She was a single parent, she was all I knew. When my daughter was born, its like I brought life to her... now she won't get to see her grown. She died a week before my daughter's 4th birthday (Sept. 14), 3 weeks before my 29th (Oct. 2), and 5 weeks from her 60th (Oct. 16). I don't know what I am going to do, I don't know how to go on. All my life I tried to be independent of her, and now I realize that she is what I need to continue on...
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