As I prepare for the adventure of a lifetime, I really miss my mom. We talked a lot about this adventure to Peru while she was sick. She was so excited for me to do this when most people find it irresponsible and silly. She wanted me to go while she was ill, but I knew my time with her was priceless, and the time for self-discovery was fast approaching. There has not been one second that I have not thought about her, how much I love her, miss her, and wish I could see her one more time. I know that she is in a better place and is no longer suffering, but boy, I miss her smile. I have never and probably will never have the opportunity to be so close to someone who had such a positive outlook on life and who never judged anyone but did everything in her power to help everyone. It seemed like everything we did, and as hard as she fought, it was one step forward and two steps back. I guess in the end; it’s gods will. One thing for sure none of us escape death without exception, so you better get busy living.
From now on W.W.M.D. (What-Would-Mom-Due)
Hans Wilhlem (Spiritual Guidance)
Eckhart Tolle (The Power of Now)
Moms first Chemo Treatment at Cleveland Clinic May 31, 2017
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