Posted on February 4, 2010 at 4:55pm
One of the things that my mom, sister and I used to do is to sing in the car. We would get our "microphones" out and just sing away. On Saturday my sister, Aunt and I went to watch my cousin's daughter in a dance competition. My sister and I love to sing along to the musical Rent. Seasons of Love was pretty hard but I got through it and we went on singing our hearts out. In the movie/musical there's a part that shows an AIDS support group. They all start singing this very simple yet beautiful… Continue
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I appreciate your support. I'm beginning to receive the medicare statements. I'm curious as to whether or not if the medical bills will be sent that is not covered by her medicare part b and secondary insurance...Mom even had a gap insurance. Do I need to wait for the process to complete and get the bills for the balances from the doctors offices
in order to address paying off the final medical bills?. Thank you for your advice and God Bless you.
I'm sorry for your loss. It has really been hard, but in seeing so many other people having gone through what I and my sister are experiencing in losing our Mom to pancreatic cancer...my heart goes out to you. I prayed today that one day there will be no pain, death, crying and grief. I don't know when this will happen but I can only hope that if not anytime soon, then there will be a cure for this ugly disease.
Someone my husband and I ran into at a hospital when I mentioned that I had just lost my Mom, he said..."God wanted her home for Christmas". I'm selfish and I wasn't ready for her to pass on, but maybe...just maybe, that is what God wanted. His will is perfect so I can't really question Him, just needing Him to give me peace.
Thank you for your support and may God bless you always.
My condelences to you and your family. I lost my mom to pancreatic cancer Sept '09. I know how you feel. I feel the same way. It so very hard. My prayers will be with you. Karen