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my mom

My mom passed away eight years ago today. It seems like just yesterday but it also seems like forever. I was going through my box of old photos the other day and found a few a few pictures that I loved. I only have a film scanner, so I took photos of each.

This post is dedicated to my mom, we all miss you very much! xoxo

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Comments (5)

Brenda:

I love these photos! She has such a beautiful face...now I can see who you look like!
How lovely that you have these photos to remind you of her.

Thanks Brenda. Funny, I never thought I looked that much like my mom until I saw the photo of her on my post next to my photo. I think we had the same smile. I actually look a lot more like her sister, my aunt but it was nice to see my resemblance to my mom on this post.

Sandra:

Girasoli, those are really beautiful photos. And you DO have the same smile as your Mom. Those are wonderful photos to have. I can well imagine that eight years must seem like forever and no time at all.

By coincidence, Feb. 22 is my mother's birthday. She's 82 this year, and I know when we lose her, I'm going to feel like an orphan. A 47-year-old orphan, but an orphan nonetheless.

Thanks for sharing some of your memories.

Anne:

What a lovely remembrance. Those are great photos - I especially like the first one of your mom as a little girl, she is adorable!!

Thanks Anne. I was not having a good week last week and just couldn't find the words, so I thought photos would do. I am also drawn to the first photo.

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