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My Mother was unconditional love donor.

by Katcan on February 14, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Today is the second anniversary of my Mother's death. As sad as it is for me to lose my Mother and best friend I know I am one of the lucky ones. My Mother always said "You don't always like what your children do, but you always love them". And she did. I will always know that my Mother loved me, supported me and was always proud of me. The pain of her death is almost unbearable but her love always comes shining through. I miss you Mother, you are always with me.

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