My mother passed away on June 6, 2007. I miss her terribly. They say that it gets easier but I haven't gotten to that point yet. I don't think I every will. She was my best friend. Though she lived in Massachuetts we were constantly on the phone or visiting. She attended everything my children did. Her birthday was in December and I didn't want to get out of bed. I know she wouldn't want me to be as I am but she was the one that I would call whenever things were really tough for me. I think of her all the time, wishing I could just pick up the phone. I am so lost. I am being told that I should be done the grieving period but I don't think there is a time limit.
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