Within hours of writing the last entry, the letter to Cancer, I held my mother’s hand, and smiled…
No more pain, no more suffering.
The cancer is no more.
I am so sorry. May she RIP and be free!
I’m so sorry. You were clearly a great support to her, and I’m sure she appreciated that very much. Many hugs to you. ann
I am so sorry that you now face the grieving in a different way but you know you did all that you could and was with her at the end…
Now your mum can truly RIP.
And you were there to comfort her and explain upping morphine so she wouldn’t be scared.
You helped give her a loving death; soothing from your heart.
I am so sorry. No more suffering for her..there is peace. I hope in time there will be the same for you. Hugs! and prayers for you and your family.
Dear Alison, I wanted to mention that if you could let Jill know about your mom passing (or want me to do it), then she could add a memorial page for your mom. We would like to light candles for her. Many hugs-Ann
I’m so sorry for her passing, I know she is resting in peace now…((HUGS))
thanks for sharing apart of her with us