Sun. Oct 17th, 2021

20 thoughts on “Learning to Live in a World Without Momma

  1. My deepest condolences Kimberly!
    Your post has made me teary -losing a parent breaks your heart into millions of pieces, and then you patch it up slowly, day by day, with love and memories you created with your parent. I lost my dad when I was 23 (I am 47 now) and I still miss him everyday. Your mother sounds like a warm, kind and loving person. May you find solace in the good deeds she made and the memories you made together! Love never truly dies.

  2. My sympathy, Kimberly, my mother passed many years ago but I can still feel the sting. What a large, loving, supportive family you have, that’s a blessing that I can tell you cherish and I hope will be a comfort to you. Thanks for sharing your mother’s inspiring life.

  3. I am so sorry for your loss. Your mom sounds like such a lovely, inspirational person. I have been through the deaths of my great grandmother, all four of my grandparents, and my dad. I wish I had something soothing or wise to say, something to give you comfort…. But my honest thoughts and feelings on the subject is that loss sucks, there is nothing that gave me any peace about it. You just have to learn to live with it. But I have tried to live my best life because I know all of them would want that for me. Hugs, Kimberly.

  4. I’m so sorry for your loss. Both my parents passed away this spring and I’m still getting used to the “new normal” that you mentioned. I’m glad you have a good support system … grief seems very individualized and it’s so helpful to have people around who can let you go with the flow. Blessings to you this Christmas season.

  5. Kimberly, what a lovely tribute to your Momma! My mother died many years ago now and I still miss her every day. Your “… life events will prompt me to pick up the phone and call her” touched me because that remains true to this day. Just like when I was a kid and rushed home from school because “I can’t wait to tell Mama” something that happened. Big virtual hug! (And thank you for hosting #TrafficJam.)

  6. There are no words. I am so sorry for your loss. Your momma sounds like an amazing woman. I pray you will find comfort as you adjust to your new normal. ~Tracy

  7. So sorry for your loss. You do look just like your mother. I lost my mother three years ago and I can tell you this; it gets easier as the days go by. however, for now, grieve, cry, and feel all the feelings that come with such a great loss. Thinking of you during this tough time and sending lots of prayers and hugs your way. You will get through it.

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