I want to remember Mothers Day.But my mother died in 2003.She died in June a few weeks after mothers day and I do not celebrate it.I miss my mother and all that we shared.But she was a very difficult person to life with.How do you celebrate mothers day when she is gone? How do you celebrate when the both of you never really got along? And how do I explain this..I havent been to the grave in 5 years.I live in seattle and it is impossible right now to travel as I cannot afford it.My other brother and sister in law do not go to the grave either.They say they go on her birthday and Christmas and that is enough,plus both of them are retired and they are spending time with their grandchildren.I am so happy for them.They are great and I am glad that he is my brother.Lets hear it for brothers!
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