MY MOM DIED JAN.10,2006 AFTER A SHORT, BUT HORRIFIC BATTLE W/ MULTIPLE MYELOMA. I STAYED WITH HER EVERY DAY THE 2 WEEKS BEFORE SHE DIED, TAKING SHIFTS W/ MY SISTER. WE WERE THERE WITH HER AS SHE TOOK HER LAST BREATH. THAT WAS A FINAL PEACEFUL MOMENT SHE HAD ON THIS EARTH SINCE SHE WAS DIAGNOSED IN JULY 06. I HAVE CRIED ALMOST EVERY DAY SINCE HER PASSING. MY HUSBAND THINKS I SHOULD JUST JUMP BACK TO WHERE I WAS BEFORE, BUT I CAN'T. WHEN MOM WAS SICK, I WAS STRONG AND TOOK GOOD CARE OF HER--I KEPT COLD CLOTHS ON HER THE DAY SHE DIED WHEN HER TEMP. WAS UP TO 105.1 F. NOW I AM A TOTAL MESS. I JUST MISS HER SO MUCH. SHE KNEW HOW TO ENJOY LIFE, HOW TO LAUGH---EVEN WHEN TIMES WERE BAD!!! HELP!!!
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