Losing a great mum

I can’t believe it that it is just over 1 year ago that my mum passed away on the 3rd March 2020 after she suffered from a massive stroke and never regained consciousness. I have bought a couple of bunches flowers and put them up next to photo’s of her.
Just need to go upto my dad’s who lives just outside of Wisbech Cambridgeshire and I live in Leatherhead Surrey, so that my sister and myself can bring her ashes back to lay her to rest with her mum at the church in Banstead Surrey.
It was my mum’s wishes to be laid to rest with her mum. You are still very much in my heart and you are so much missed and I still can’t believe it that you have gone. 21st May 1933 to 3rd March 2020.

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Steve, God bless you and things will improve this year. Stay safe. Sxxx

Thank you very much for your kind reply. I just can’t believe it is just over a year ago now. :disappointed_relieved::disappointed_relieved::disappointed_relieved::disappointed_relieved::disappointed_relieved:

Time doesn’t apply to grieving, some days it seems years and others only yesterday. I just wish someone had told me but would I have listened or even understand, I don’t think so. Each day one at a time. Look after yourself. xx

Thank you for your kind reply. I just take each day as it comes.
I am at the moment under my local hospital for a couple of problems but it would have been nice to talk it through with my mum. I have just got to wait and see when I have the forthcoming examination.

Hope you don’t have to wait to long and that the results are minor things. Yes one of the things about being left is not having someone to talk to and then it makes sense or it gives you an answer. Thinking of you xx

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Thank you for your kind reply.

Ahh Steve I’m sorry to hear about your mum. My dad died suddenly in May and it was a massive shock to the system. It’s been a year since I last saw him and spoke to him now and that’s upsetting and I hear you when you say you just wish you could talk to her about your hospital appointments etc. I want to be able to talk to my Dad too, and tell him how difficult this past year has been losing him. It’s nice you are able to fulfill your mums wishes of being laid to rest with her mum. Sending hugs xx

Thank you very much for your kind reply. It came as a complete shock when my dad phoned me. I thought it might of been my mum as he rang really early in the morning and I thought it was my mum. As the call went onto my answer phone and it wasn’t until I woke up a bit later and listened to the message.
So I rang him straight back and then trying to get hold of my sister took most of the morning. Then for my sister to drive all the way up to my dad’s. Getting stuck just before Cambridge due to roadworks it added quite a bit of time to get to my dad’s.