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8-17-2009 @ 12:19AM
My sincere condolences on the loss, or maybe better put, the release of your mother. I know it is always hard to loose a loved one, and I'm praying for the Good Lord to release an elderly aunt of mine as soon as possible as well. As much pain as my aunt is in and has been for as long as I can remember, she always manages to see the rainbow through the rain. The best way we can remember those who are close to us like this is to try and be like them as much as we can. What better way for them to carry on in our memories than for those of us left behind to take the very best each had to offer and make it a part of ourselves. I have thought many times of returning to the States to visit her in order to say goodbye, but I would much prefer, and I think she would as well, that I remember her as I do now. Try and do the same for your mother, remember her in the good times as much as you can and emulate her best parts, and she will be with you always.
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