Thursday, March 26, 2015

Spring Rememberances


A year ago yesterday, my Mother died.  I was going to say, "we lost my Mother," but on reflection, we did not lose her.  She is present in my life every day.  I think of her with love and gratitude; have silent dialogues with her; show her what I am currently making, and know that she is present, just unseen.

Mother is with us for the rest of our lives. 

11 comments:

  1. I lost my mom a few years ago and yes I believe the same. She is present in my life every day. Especially in my crafts. I cant pick up yarn or buttons or turn on my sewing machine without my mom popping into my mind.

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  2. Nuestros seres queridos siempre viven con nuestros recuerdos.

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  3. The Lord Christ be with you, dearie, on this day.

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  4. You made me tear up. I am grateful to still have my mother in my life. She is 90 years young. Hugs to you and yours. Joyce

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  5. Little things can bring your mother back to you and with every thought about her you are keeping her present in your life.

    Love, Margaret

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  6. So lovely to read your comments, your Mum would be proud of you. Thank you for sharing.

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  7. Thank you all for your heartfelt words, and the precious gift of your concern and caring.

    Warmly,

    Beth

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  8. Dear Beth, My mom died on March 29th---last year. Her birthday was March 20th & she made it to 84 years. This week has been difficult---I think of her every day.

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  9. What a lovely tribute to your mother. My Mother died in September, on my husband's birthday. I can remember driving over to pick up my Dad about a month later and thought about my Mom missing the beautiful Fall trees that she always enjoyed. Then I realized she was seeing them with me right then.

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  10. Both of my parents and my husbands parents have been gone for years now, but I see them in myself, my husband, and my children every day. They've influenced every part of our lives and helped make us the people we are today. If I've never said it before, I will say it now. Thank you Moms and Dads! You are loved, missed, and will be cherished always!

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  11. Judy, Lois, and Momma Cat, thank you for taking the time to post your thoughtful comments. Our parents are truly with us always.

    Warmly,

    Beth

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