I turned 22 this past Wednesday. My first birthday without my mom. I was sad that I didn't get a call from her, and upset she didn't come to visit me in Pennsylvania, and really sad I didn't hear her sing to me. I cried a lot on my birthday...and I've continued to cry when I think of it. I was doing really well with the start of the new year kind of having a new aspect on my grieving and a new way of dealing with things. It didn't help that today I went to my friend's mom's house who had a dinner get together for my friend's birthday. I was mad that my mom couldn't do that for me. I'm just mad and sad and I actually don't now I feel...I just want my mom back.
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