• I’m sorry

    by  • August 22, 2010 • Family Stuff, Hope, Love - Pure and Simple, Parents, Regret • 3 Comments

    I’m sorry I can’t be there with you right now. I don’t know if these are your last moments, but even from a distance my heart is breaking into a thousand pieces.

    You’ve been like a mom to me since high school. There were so many times that I went to spend time with your daughter for a sleepover, but I would spend an hour on the couch discussing life with you. I’m not sure you’ve ever known just how much I’ve always treasured those moments.

    I haven’t seen you as much since I moved away and went to college. I’ve always been sad about that.

    Momma, you’ve always meant so much to me. It breaks my heart to know the pain your family is in as they are praying for you, and how much pain you must be in as you fight for your life right now.

    Please keep fighting. I believe in miracles. I know you are already a miracle. Please keep fighting to live. I don’t care if the doctors have given up hope, we will fight with you until hell or high water. We love you so much.

    I’m trying to find someone to cover my shift so I can be there with you. Be there to hold my best friend’s hand as we pray together for you.

    Momma, we love you so much.

    your other daughter

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    3 Responses to I’m sorry

    1. K
      August 22, 2010 at 2:46 pm

      Please send this letter to her.


    2. the other daughter
      September 2, 2010 at 4:18 pm

      I wish I could. She died 13 hours later and I really wish I could have told her all these things and more. I hate cancer.


    3. the first daughter
      September 2, 2010 at 4:26 pm

      oh, my love. this is so beautiful. i wish she could have read it…



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