I still can't believe it. I'm still waiting to wake up from this nightmare. She chose not to get treatment for her breast cancer and it spread to her bones...the last 2 weeks of her life were agony for her...that kills me. I miss her. I need her. I still talk to her. It just seemed like it happened so fast. I put her in hospice care on the 1st of March and by the 12th of March my beloved mama was gone. She was my best friend. We shared EVERYTHING. She was my sounding board about my pre-teen daughter. She understood my mixed feelings about my dad(who passed away in 2006). She was there for me through my divorce and now....well now Im all alone. I still have my daughter but she's just 11, I can't dump all of this on her, I ahve to be strong. I have extended family...but after the funeral most just drift away. 6 weeks....42 days....seems a life time....seems just a minute. Does anyone understand what Im saying? Or am I just rambling? Sorry if I am...
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