I lost my mother almost 2 years ago to ovarian cancer. We were the best of friends. It was normal for me to go by and vist her 2 or three times a week because I truly loved her and enjoyed her company. I am now 45 years old. I never really thought about my age before she died. Now I feel like I am getting a bit old. I wish we could have a cup of coffee together and visit like the old days. I can watch TV show or hear a song and it takes me back to a memory with my mom. I miss her very much. For example, I saw an episode of the Brady Bunch and it reminded me of being a kid and the pleasant memories of my mom. I also heard a song from the 80s overhead in Home Depot that my mom liked. It put a smile on my face but I sure miss her. This happens to me quite frequently. I am sure this happens to others. Could you share a pleasant memory of your loved with me?
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