As I spend Christmas without my mom this year, I have to laugh at the many memories I have of her when she was in her manic states. They can be so hilarious, and also, "I cant believe she just said that!!" But she tinkered with her medicine one too many times and everything that could go wrong in the hospital DID go wrong. I am thankful I was with her when she died in my arms, with tears streaming down my face. Please my bi-polar friends, stay on your meds. Still loving you mom, Merry Christmas in heaven.
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