so last night my cousin took me out to dinner to celebrate my moms birthday. it all went good until we started to talk and he asked me if i miss my mom. at first i thought i was going to be okay to answear him and i said yes i do very much. then i was telling him my mom pulled me out of school one day so we could come here and we went to go see a movie i told him i didn't remember the movie because it wasn;t that important. what was important was that i was spending the day with her and i lost it. i had to get up and go into the bathroom and i was ther for about 20 min. till he came in and said he was sorry and that he didn't mean to hurt me. and it killed him so much to see me cry and hurt so bad. he came over to me while i was in the girls bathroom and we sat on the couch and he hugged me and i cryed in his arms he also told me that he is sorry for the way his mom has been treating me. and he said that he missed her to. and he started to cry. he and my mom were just as close as my mom and i were. and he started to cry as well. he said that he felt guilty because he was missing her that he had no right to because she wasn't his mom i told him i glad u miss her now i don't feel like the only one who is missing her. then after about another 20 min. i told him to excuse me so i could clean up. he said ok. so i cleaned up. we finished our dinner and then went to her graveside and saw my aunt there. crying and talking to her sister aka my mom. and we all just stayed ther till 10 talkign to her and cryign. it was helpful to have them there. i am glad that they were there it helped me realize that i am not the only one missing her,
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