Throwback Thursday

I was thinking about my mother last night and again this morning. Then I remembered writing about how stubborn she was. In 2011, I wrote about her fatal car accident and it still elicits such sadness, anger, and horror when I think about it. I still wonder what she must have been thinking the moment of the crash.

Click here to read Reliving A Nightmare

Author: Deb / Being Aunt Debbie

Single, mother of 2 adult children and grandmother to 4 beautiful grandchildren! I crochet, make jewelry, hand-poured soaps, and what ever else I can get into! I love Medieval History, castles, all things Celtic. I love animals, rock music, Mexican food, writing, learning, and good movies.

3 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday”

  1. When I read this post, and the previous one which you referred to, I decided to take some time to think before I commented. I am sincerely sorry for your pain. It is hard enough to lose your Mum, but the circumstances of your loss make it so much more difficult. It is hard knowing you have lost the chance to work things out with your mother in person, but I pray that you will gradually find healing and peace within yourself as you continue to spend time with your children and grandchildren. I would really love to be able to give you a big hug right now. Take care of yourself. 🙂

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    1. Thank you. I do wish my relationship with my mom had been better, but nothing can be done about that now. I think about her now and again, wondering and wishing about things that could have been but it’s not as raw as it used to be. Thanks for reading, and for the hug! ❤

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