I was thinking we could introduce all ours selves and tell a little about loosing our mom. My name is Shelly iam 37 and i lost my mom in a tragic accident in Oct. We had went camping and my boys were riding there dirt bikes at the tract. My mom decided she wanted to go watch them ride. So she got on the quad and left. Unfortuanattly she passed them right in front of camp and did not relize it. She was not a very good rider. But, it was just a straight line to the tract. So no worries. Wrong, my son came to camp I told him to go get his grandma, well in the process i guess she made a wrong turn. About this time my son catches up to her. Tells her it is not safe where she is goning and tells her to turn around. Well she tried, she went of the side of the cliff and the quad rolled over her. My son came and got us and she already had blue lips. She had major internal injurys and brocken back and neck. I tried giving her CPR but she was too brocken. I thought when the paramedics arrived and hour and half later they could save her. But, i should have known something was wrong when medi flight did not take her. So when I got to the hospital and they took me that little room. I knew this was not right and I was right. She was gone taken from me forever, And worse yet my son saw the whole thing. He will not talk about it. He says he does not remember but I know he does, they were so close. And he had to be the one to see her die. Because I sent him after her. why did i do that. My husband could have went just as easy. Oh, the regrets they never stop, I look forward to hearing your stroies and getting to know each of you better. To all of us..we have to go on..I just cant find out how...Shelly
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