i can't believe that it's been a year that i lost my mom. i'm just reliving every minute of that day, and probably will this whole week. it just seems so surreal, like it never really happened and no way can it be a year already. my heart aches, i miss her sooooo much i can't put it into words.my hometown, the town she lived in, is surrounded by flood water from this damn noreaster we had. i know in my heart my mom doesn't want me to be sad all the time, and i'm trying but it's so damn hard. i've had a great support system this past year, my friends have really stood by me and helped my thru it. one of them having gone thru this herself two years ago when her mom passed from cancer. and now i have my new friends here at ds, and i'm grateful for you, too.
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