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Why Did She?

Posted by admin on February 10, 2017 in Motherless Mom, YAFiction |

I hate her. There, I said it, or at least in my head. She was supposed to come home today. All those medical talking heads said August 15 would be the date. Adults are liars, even grandma and grandpa. They say we get extra time at their house. Are you serious? I’m supposed to be […]

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I Like Being Motherless

Posted by admin on November 29, 2016 in Motherless Mom |

  Unbelievable. I discover myself standing in the kitchen not being able to move. I came back from serving my girls their breakfast. We are having a great chat when I went to put the milk away. The fridge handle feels hot under my right hand and my left is cold by the half-full milk […]

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Books for the Motherless Mom

Posted by admin on October 19, 2016 in Motherless Mom |

After searching for years I have found these four books a great help to fill the void since my mom died. Motherless Daughters by Hope Edelman This book explores the many ways that losing a mother can affect almost every aspect and passage of a woman’s life. Hope built the book on interviews with hundreds […]

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If Mom Didn’t Die

Posted by admin on October 18, 2016 in Motherless Mom |

I hate her. There, I said it, or at least in my head. She was supposed to come home today. All those medical talking heads said August 15 would be the date. Adults are liars, even grandma and grandpa. They say we get extra time at their house. Are you serious? I’m supposed to be […]

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