Telling Mom’s Story

First let me thank all of you who have emailed me giving me support. I have received over 200 messages so far and have tried to respond to all.

I am writing my mom’s eulogy this morning. What do you say about your mom is five minutes. My mind swirls with stories funny and sad. But what are just the “right words” to use. After hours of writing and rewriting I realize that there are no “right words” nothing will be perfect. My job is just to let people experience a taste of mom.

For the last two days I have also been putting together a tribute video of my mom. This has been the most painful part of my grief, experiencing memories through photos as I go over and over edits. I think it is almost done and a most fitting tribute to mom. We will let the amount of tears in the room be the judge.

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