Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Well mom is gone..............and so is the sun. It went really well this morning with the exception of the fact that all 3 of the kids were up at 5:30 in the morning. So all 4 of us headed to the airport. For the most part there were only a few tears........which is amazing. Usually we are all bawling and it ends up being a very exhausting day. I know my tears will come later tonight, when it's all dark and I'll be feeling so alone, even though John is laying next to me. I know my mom was ready to come home, and I know my family in it's own way was ready for her to go home, but it still doesn't make me miss her any less. I think she has come to realize that we're meant to be here until we get a promotion to somewhere else. I'm so thankful for that, because it use to be so hard hearing her practically begging me to move home. I am so thankful to have my mom still living, because I know some day she won't always be just a phone call away. Julia over at Belle Papier just recently lost her mom, and she posted on her blog today about her, and I was bawling. I can't imagine not being able to just call up my mom anytime of the day. My heart goes out to everyone who has lost their mother, because I know a bond between a Mother and daughter is to be cherished forever.

So unfortunately with the sun being gone today, that means no photos of my cards, unless of course I can get my table cleaned up since I recently got an ott light and a special daylight light bulb for a lamp downstairs.........I might have to try that later today, after I'm feeling a bit better. Thanks for listening to me babble!! Hugs everyone.

1 comment:

Chris Scrappin and Stampin in Texas said...

Aww Jen, my heart is with you. I saw my mom & dad off on an airplane yesterday. They do live close by, so I know it is not the same. Before my divorce we did not live in the same state because we were military and it was hard not being close. My parents were flying to Germany to visit my brother and SIL for a month. He is a LTC in the military and they will be over there for 3 years. I am proud of my mom, because she has had anxiety attacks in the past and would not get on a plane for over 35 years,,,,so kuddos to her..I feel for my dad though.

I cannot even imagine loosing my parents, and unfortunatley I have had too many friends loose their mothers lately..Hugs!!!!

Yes, your blog ROCKs and I am enjoying our online blogging friendship!! Have a wonderful weekend with your family...I sure don't miss the days of all the kids getting up so least not in the summer...HUGS Chris

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