I have 3 brothers and 2 sisters. 1 - Chicago, 1 - Dallas - 1 Houston, 1 Indiana, 1 - Boston and 1 in Ohio. As for my older sister in Indiana, I will not keep in contact with her and that goes back to when my dad was dying and passed. But as for the rest, I have a complete fear of losing touch with them. I feel like I am "homeless" because I have no place to go and see my parents anymore. I am so afraid we will grow completely apart and I know for sure this is not what my mother would want. My mother was all about family. She loved to have her kids and grandkids around all the time. I think I am going to make a goal that I will start calling one of them each week as I would call mom before - I called her more often though. Does anybody else fear this. thanks, Sharon
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