My Last Mother's Day Letter 2013

My last Mother's Day Letter




Happy Mother's Day 


I just want to start by saying how much I appreciate what you do for me on a daily basis and how I could never even begin to pay you back for all that you have done for me or been through for me. You are the best parent mother or father I have ever had the privledge of knowing. You do the most unbelievable things for me and I honestly don't know how to thank you and how to tell you how much I love you even though the way I act sometimes doesn't always show it. I truly am forever in your debt for all the things you've done and do. I will always remember when I was younger and growing up people telling me how awesome you were and how cool of a parent you were and I was always like "I know" people were always envious of me because of that and I still have an awesome mom that does way more than she should and helps more than I could ever pay her back for and I know that I ask a lot, a lot of the time and probably too much a lot of the time. But your the best because you try to help me if you can and don't tell me to fuck off or leave me hanging or have left me without anybody to turn to. That right there is probably the biggest thing I can thank you for... Being able to feel that I always have somebody that has my back or is behind me supporting me that is the best thing I have ever had in this world from you mom. So thank you for all of these things that you do and have done for me. I could make this letter go on forever from all of the amazing things that you've done for me. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Thank you so much and I love you so much more than I could even begin to show you. There's just nothing else I can say accept thank you and I love you.

I love you Mom,

Happy Mother's Day,

Love your son

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I am a Mom of a of a forever 29 year old Angel boy, who got his wings on November 25th 2013. I created A Season Of Darkness as a therapy tool for myself while giving voice to others who are not able to articulate the pain in their hearts.....
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