It's been a little over three years since I lost my mom in a car accident. People always say "it gets easier with time". Well, it's been over three years and it doesn't seem to be getting easier. I still cry every day, not a day goes by that I don't think about the moment I got the call to meet my sisters and dad at the hospital...they wouldn't give us details over the phone and I knew that my worst fear had come true! How could this be? She was only 54...we had just celebrated her 54th birthday exactly a week before she was killed...killed by some a**hole going entirely too fast, he t-boned her and she died instantly. That is the only thing I am thankful for, she didn't suffer. But God took her too soon and I fear I will never be able to forgive him. =( That kind of scares me.
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