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My Mother.

Hiya everyone. This is going to be a little different post because it’s kinda gonna be a memorial type post?? (idk)

I’m unsure if I ever mentioned it before now on this blog because it didn’t really seem relevant to whatever I was posting. Actually, the more I think about it, I may have written about it in my Mental Health Journey So Far post. I’m unsure though so correct me if I’m wrong!

The fact is, I don’t have a mother. Well I do and always will, she’s just no longer alive. She died on August 7th 2014 due to a long ass fight with breast cancer.

The thing that shocks me the most is when she was in the hospital, they told my dad that she would be lucky to live to see my niece being born which was only estimated in two weeks time. But, she actually lived on to see another niece born, and a little bit after. Two years. They told her two weeks. That just goes to show what type of person my mum was.

 

 

 

It was a tough two years but I would have much rather have had those two years than just those two weeks promised. It just feels like there is a huge chunk of my heart that’s now empty and that’s no fault to anyone but cancer itself.

 

 

 

She’s literally my angel and I hope I’m doing her even a little bit proud because she deserves that. I’m glad she’s not in pain anymore but I’d much rather her be here alive without any cancer than up in the clouds. Just cannot believe it’s been three years already..

I love you so much mom,

Sophie xx

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31 thoughts on “My Mother.

  1. I know that I have never met you and we have not spoken much, but from the interaction we have had, it is clear you that you are beautiful person.
    It shows strength to post such an emotional post and I really admire you for discussing this. x

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  2. Aw this made me really sad reading it, that you had to go through losing your mum. But thank you for being so brave for sharing it as other people it may be in your situation can read it and it might help them feel a bit better. You are so strong and brave and your mum would be so proud of you. ❀

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    1. Thank you so much love! I hope at least one person has read it and felt a bit better if they have gone/are going through that situation, but if I’m hoping for anything I hope that the situation never happens for anyone ever ah. Thank you again sweet! ❀

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  3. Sophie, my heart truly hurts for you. Two weeks ago I lost my Dad after a long fight with lung and brain cancer. No one can really understand how horrifically broken and numb it makes you until you go through it yourself. I’m here to talk if you need anything of course!
    Sending all my love, Maddie.

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