Its just not the same . . .

Merry Christmas Mama.
I miss you so very much.
I wish you were here.
Photo By: TSE


At 12/12/2006 1:38 AM, Blogger Grr, Midnight & Cocoa said...

I wish my grandmother was still here. Thanksgiving and Christmas were extra special because of her touches. She passed away on June 26th of 2003, but I still cry every time I think of her. It seems I only miss her more as time goes on.

That's a pretty picture of your mom. I sure do understand.
Karen C.

At 12/13/2006 5:20 PM, Blogger Kitty Cats Corner said...

Yes I know what you mean about Thanksgiving & Christmas were extra special because of their touch. I miss her so much. I cant believe its already been over a month since she passed. Even though, the hurts remains the same and the hole in my heart hasnt changed. The holidays just arent the same and never will be I suppose.

Thanks for your kind words and comments Karen. I really appreciate it.


At 12/17/2006 11:04 PM, Blogger ML (Mary Lynn) said...

I understand, too. It will never be the same for me. And I really don't want it to be.

I lost my momma a few days before Thanksgiving, our favorite holiday, in 1997. I still wake up in the mornings thinking of something to talk to her about, forgetting for a minute, then remembering.

That is a very nice photo and a great post. ML (Mary Lynn)

At 12/18/2006 10:26 PM, Anonymous Boomer said...

Thank goodness I still have Nana and Papa around! I dont know what the holidays would be like without them:< If I didnt have Nana to whistle with on the telephone or when she comes to visit I dunno what I'd do! In a way,we have the same "hurting" from when our old birdie Paco died I think. We had him for a year or so but yes it doesnt really stop hurting:< Merry Chrsitmas! ~Boomer Millet Bird


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