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 I'm very sorry to say,  that I lost my Mother to Cancer last week on the 10th,

   She had been going through treatment since, Febuaruy.  It's a hard thing to do, lose your Mother.

The traetment (chemo and radiation)  made her very sick, but she pulled through, and for about 3 or 4 months, she seemed better,   almost back to normal,  (just with no hair).

  But the doctors had warned me that when the cancer comes back..... it will be fast and strong.

She was a good lady and lived a good life,  and I was so proud of the way she pulled through for a while.

  I was with her most of the time, and went by and checked on her every day.

       For anyone thats ever been through anything like this,  I most assuredly feel your pain.

               God bless my Mom,   and thank you God for not letting her suffer too much.

    I'll be keeping my chin up and carring on.                                                 x1kosmic

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x1kosmicComment by x1kosmic - November 17, 2008, 4:52 pm
I'm also greatful for the "family" I discovered at LP about 2 years ago
onenumberComment by onenumber - November 17, 2008, 5:01 pm
I'm sorry to hear about your loss, I lost my brother last week on the 11th of a massive heart attack, at 49yrs. old. I truly feel your loss. We know that one day we all will return to the arms of our lord. But, only time will ease the pain we are feeling right now. Peace be with you and your family.
ThatScaryChickComment by ThatScaryChick - November 17, 2008, 5:30 pm
I'm sorry for you loss x1kosmic.
konaneComment by konane - November 17, 2008, 5:47 pm
I'm extremely sorry for your loss.
jarasanComment by jarasan - November 17, 2008, 6:08 pm
We are with you, sorry for your loss. You were there for her and she wasn't alone, God bless you and your Mom. I know how you feel, today marks 3yrs. that my dad passed.
charmed7Comment by charmed7 - November 17, 2008, 6:41 pm
Sorry to hear about your mom. It's very hard caring for sick
parents. I'm the only one left out of my siblings and parents.
Allow the time u need to grieve. Some days you will have to make yourself get up and out. It will get better.
TenajComment by Tenaj - November 17, 2008, 6:43 pm
I'm sorry you lost your mother x1cosmic. May God bless and comfort you and your family.
emilygComment by emilyg - November 17, 2008, 7:13 pm
My deepest condolences.
Litebets27Comment by Litebets27 - November 17, 2008, 7:45 pm
I'm sorry to hear about loss of your mother. I understand how hard it is after losing your mother. I haven't been the same happy person as I was before her death. She was truly my best friend.
May God give you strenght through your time of grief.
rcbbuckeyeComment by rcbbuckeye - November 17, 2008, 8:27 pm
Very sorry to hear of your loss. It's really hard to lose the person that brought us into the world. I lost my mother several years ago to cancer also. It hurts, but the pain will fade into fond memories of her.
ToddComment by Todd - November 17, 2008, 8:30 pm
I am so sorry. Your mom sounded like a real fighter. I hope you get some comfort knowing that she is now at peace.
spy153Comment by spy153 - November 18, 2008, 8:43 am
After many losses of life this year in our family, one woman told me something that made perfect sense. She believed, though horrible, that we get sick so it makes us to -----want-------to move on. I kept asking myself "why?" "Why does God allow such sickness?" And this was my answer. If we felt great all the time, we wouldn't want to go on to the next level. I guess it is just necessary.

I went through this with a friend of the family this year. I can't tell you how many funerals I have been to this year. Granted, she wasn't my mother. She came to my mother's daily (when she wasn't in the hospital) because her own family didn't make her feel safe. For some reason, she felt safe near my mother. Jean was her name. She fought it for years. This year, the treatments didn't work. Kosmic, I can tell you loved her. And she was very lucky to have had you in her life, because Jean had lots of children (one of them a nurse) but none to care for her. They wouldn't give her the medicine she was suppose to take for the pain. (Because they were taking it themselves! Druggies!) She didn't like the meds because they made her dizzy, but she needed them.   Believe me... she was miserable. And in the end, while I miss her, am glad she no longer suffers. She got bone thin and they were having to pour the blood to her weekly. The chemo treatments made her hair fall out and made her very sick.   It's hard on us to lose loved ones. But in cases like these, it's harder on them to have carried on for long periods of time, suffering.
x1kosmicComment by x1kosmic - November 18, 2008, 4:43 pm
Thank You everybody for your warm and thoughtful notes, It brought tears to me, but tears that made me feel good too. Sorry about your loss too onenumber, I guess we both have a little something to remember around Vetaerans Day.
        Again Thank You everybody, every little bit helps, even if you had a thought, and didn't want to comment.
tiggs95Comment by tiggs95 - November 2, 2009, 2:48 pm
Just now looked at your blog..I lost my mother in 1988 and it was very tough..She had a hard life trying to raise me and my sister alone..I met my fahther when I was 28 in 1968 for the first time and I saw why she raised us by herself.,what a Jerk...He never gave her any support in any way..You really don't realize what your mother did for you till you lose her..Sorry for your loss...

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