The Life Story of Mother Phyllis Jean 5/15/1930 - 7/17/2013
                                 The Life Story of   Mother Phyllis Jean   5/15/1930 - 7/17/2013

Cards from my Mom

So here is a collection of cards that my Mom sent to me thorugh the years. Whenever I feel lonely and I miss her a lot I like to look through her cards and remember happier times, times of love and warmth that only come from a mothers' love.

 

I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

This scrapbook from my Mom is one of my most prized possessions... she made this after she quit smoking cigarettes for more than 50 years and it is filled with many great pictures and memories. I want to be buried with it!

After I found out that my Mother had passed away, followed by the sinister  Becky/Rebecca ordering me NOT to go to my own mother's funeral, I felt so very sad and lonely. The government doctors said I am a high function autistic and sometimes I have seizures and Becky/Rebecca did not want me to be a "distraction" from the service she was paying for.

 

To make myself feel better, I posted the collection of cards from my Mom to my bedroom door and area so that everytime I walked by I could stop and read a card or two and remember happy, loving times.

 

Most people won't understand but I find comfort in seeing her handwriting and hearing those familiar phrases once again that she used to say to me. I still miss her very, very much!

This is the front of one of the last cards my Mom sent to me...

 

Is says BOO on the front and when you open it up it sayd HOO

 

"BOO - HOO, I miss you too!"

 

It still makes tears swell up in my eyes!

I always cry when I read this card. I MISS YOU TOO, MOM!!!

 

WHY did my eldest half-brother K1 have to be so MEAN?!

This card brings me happiness. It is so wonderful to think that my Mom lives on in me and I cherish that thought!

 

Mom liked this card so much that she sent it to me two years in a row!

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