as some of you know May 2nd will mark the thrid year my wonderful grandma passed. I've never really been able to grieve her yet and it bothers me so much. A few months ago I asked my mom if we could go visit her and she said she was planning on going this summer. But last week she told me I couldn't go with her because it's a three hour drive and it'll be to hard on my almost 2yr old. It hurts so much that she would get my hopes up and then take them away, I never got to say goodbye and I just want to be close to her. Why is my mom being so unjust??! I don't know what to do because I need some closure to this situation, and I cant go there myself for a few reasons. Mainly I have no clue where she's burried, and also because I don't trust myself to go alone. I begged my mom to burry me with my grandma, and I still long to be by her. I'm sorry if that's disturbing for me to say, I just wish I could hug her one last time.
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