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ok I know i am but thought it was better to say it on a new thread

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2shoescreepingthroughblood · 20/10/2007 21:45

I can't help it and I know that a lot of people have issues(for good reasons) with their mums.
but I am so that they still have theres.
I miss mine.

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LittleMissNorty · 20/10/2007 21:47

oh ...I feel like that when people moan about their dad's

But I suppose not everyone is as lucky to have a mum as great as yours or a dad as lovely as mine


fawkeoff · 20/10/2007 21:47

aww hun (((((((((()))))) you ok ???


collision · 20/10/2007 21:47

I am so sorry.

Would you like mine?

She has just come back from a fortnight in Spain which she and my father forgot to tell me about!!

Is that odd?


amytheearwaxbanisher · 20/10/2007 21:48

dont have anything helpful to say but sorry about your mum


FrannyandZooey · 20/10/2007 21:48

Sorry to read this 2shoes

I am one of those who has problems but I am so sorry yours is not here for you


WideWebWitch · 20/10/2007 21:50

I'm one of the ones with problems too but I know a bit how you feel, my dad was the one I was close to and he died in 2001.


PestoPumpkinMonster · 20/10/2007 21:50

Oh 2Shoes, you could share mine. She's lovely and would like you too. She probably wouldn't be able to hear you though, as she's got tinnitus and is a bit deaf. However, she's a dab hand at lip-reading


WideWebWitch · 20/10/2007 21:51

and I do completely understand how one must feel like saynig "oh fgs at least you've GOT a mum here", really I do.


2shoescreepingthroughblood · 20/10/2007 21:51

i am a silly cow i know but october 26th is looming and I always think of her on her birthday.(i ignore d day)

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Quadrophenia · 20/10/2007 21:52

Littlemissnorty post, sad but lovely


2shoescreepingthroughblood · 20/10/2007 21:52

PestoPumpkinMonster lol dh is like that and has titinus

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WideWebWitch · 20/10/2007 21:52

Birthdays are hard. And anniversaries of death.


sweetcat · 20/10/2007 21:52

2shoes, I know what you mean. I read your post and welled up because I thought exactly the same earlier when looking at some threads about Mums. I felt awful thinking it though because it's not their fault my Mum's not here


LittleMissNorty · 20/10/2007 21:54

Not silly at all...I know where you're coming from. How long has it dad went 2 years ago but feels like yesterday....{{{hugs}}} to you...blardy hard isn't it?


WideWebWitch · 20/10/2007 21:55

I dreamt about my dad last night, it was really vivid and I didn't know whether to cry or feel comforted when I woke up. I plumped for comforted.


2shoescreepingthroughblood · 20/10/2007 21:55

www tbh i ignore the death ones i like to remeber the happy times.
she has been gone 28years now. but after spending time with db today i feel it.

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2shoescreepingthroughblood · 20/10/2007 21:57

www that is sad, i would miss my dad so much.

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LittleMissNorty · 20/10/2007 21:57

I like it when I dream about my dad WWW....I find I dream about him in completely normal sitting down having a cuppa or something...never the horrible bits that I struggle with during the day....but although feel odd in the morning, it IS comforting as I can remember what he sounds like, or looks I'm the one being a silly cow....


LittleMissNorty · 20/10/2007 21:59

28 years...a long time....I'm with you on remembering the good times....hopefully in time I will be able only to remember the nice dates!


WideWebWitch · 20/10/2007 21:59

Well sorry you're feeling down 2shoes. I don't do hugs but

I know, it is nice dreaming about them in a way because you do get to actually hear their voice and 'see' them and so it is comforting when you know you won't again irl.

Sorry if that;s depressing.


2shoescreepingthroughblood · 20/10/2007 22:16

this is where our dc's are lucky they will have dvd's with us in all our glory to remind them.

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serendippity · 20/10/2007 22:17

Bugger, so sorry 2shoes, i've just posted on the original thread. Sorry if i've contributed to you felling down here.


purpleflower · 20/10/2007 22:24

I feel like this as well. The last couple of weeks have been really hard withs DS 1st birthday. She always dreamed of GC and never got to see them, she didnt even see me grow up. It hurts as if it was yesterday but its been nearly 8 years.

I am really struggling at the moment.


2shoescreepingthroughblood · 20/10/2007 22:34

serendippity life goes on and we all moan about mil's and stuff.
that is why I said it here(needed to sy it iynwim) but even the best mum can wind you up at times.

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Elasticwoman · 20/10/2007 22:45

WWW I dreamed about my deceased father too, only he was with my mum in the dream and they were helping me. It's good to keep the memory alive.

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