My mum passed away four years ago, but it feels like yesterday. My family of which their are three girls and three boys have never been the same since that very sad day. I found out two days ago, that my father had asked my two sisters to take what they wanted out of my mums things as he was going to give them to the hospice. My mum passed away at home although the hospice did help us a lot,i dont see a problem with that. It was what he said to me that really hurt, i have a disability of my own and cant get to my fathers in a hurry. He called me and said if you want anything you better come and get it now its all in bags and going away. I have always been very close to my dad as i cared for my mum during her last few years with us, and that hurt so much. I dont know why he said that, i know this post might not mean much, but a small memory would have been nice to keep. My sisters to my knowledge have taken all of my mums little broaches that she used wear on her jackets, they were not worth a lot of money, pennies at most...but just one would have been nice. Im so sorry to trouble you all with this, but i just had to let it out.
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