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You are in my heart always.

by BalancingAct on January 8, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


My mother died 6 months ago. It was always a difficult relationship. I think of her everyday, now. That wasn't my intention. I didn't do that when she was alive. She was not loving or nurturing, however, I am slowly realizing that she probably did the best she could. That insight has softened my view of her. Wherever her spirit is, and if it's even possible, I wish her the peace she didn't have when she was alive.

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