Written By: Colleen George I miss you. It’s as simple and as raw as that. I miss the way you loved me. I miss the way your smile made me feel safe and at home. I miss the way you cared for me and about me, and that I knew you would always protect me. … Continue reading Mom, I’m Still Learning How To Live Without You
Written By Guest Blogger: Jaimee Tackney I often worry I’ve forgotten everything about her. The way her voice sounds or the smell of her perfume. Losing a mother at only nine years old leaves a child with very little to hold onto. Many memories I have of her are ones spent in hospitals or doctor’s offices. … Continue reading Losing My Mother At The Age Of Nine
Written By Guest Blogger- Amber Marie Hoonhorst I think of her as soon as I wake up, those groggy daze before my first sip of coffee. It is her ghost inside me, feeding her addictions from beyond the grave. The way I do my hair and make-up mimics my earliest memories of her. There was … Continue reading My Mother’s Reflection
FOR MORE GREAT BLOGS VISIT MOTHERLESS DAUGHTERS! Written by: Colleen George It's been six years today. Six years since everything changed. Six years since a light went out in my life. It's been six years since I've seen you, six years since I’ve hugged you. It’s been six years since we’ve talked to each other. … Continue reading Mom, Six Years Later and Still Missing You..
Written By: Colleen George Goodbye. Just two syllables, but so many meanings. So many feelings. I think we are all afraid of goodbyes. I think we are all afraid of the permanence we attach to goodbyes. I think we are all afraid that “goodbye” will leave us lonely. And most of all, I think we … Continue reading Goodbyes Are More Than Endings
Written By: Camille Madayag Are we only looking for love because we're scared to be lonely? Admit it or not, we are so desperate to find love; but is it only because we're scared that when we cry, no one's gonna be there to hug us so tight? Or is it because we're so scared to … Continue reading Are You Scared To Be Lonely?
Written By Guest Blogger:Colleen George It’s been four years since my mom died of cancer, and not a day goes by where she doesn’t pop into my thoughts. I still remember the days she was sick. Seeing my strong and wonderful mother in such a vulnerable state was terrifying. I wanted to protect her; I … Continue reading What Losing My Mom Taught Me About Unconditional Love, Death, And Grief