Missing Her Dearly
March 30, 2013 6:48pm CST
As you know my daughter moved away last summer and remember I could not stop crying! Then it passed I mean the first time I went to Wal Mart without her I broke down in tears! But the crying now comes and goes but today she has been on my mind all day! And I miss her so bad! We talk on the phone a lot but Mothers worry I know and now she is happy and pregnant and we will know Monday if it is a boy or girl and I am so excited!!! What can I do? The crying lately is coming more than before as when I she was first gone and there are times I can not talk to her and I want to see her so bad but she is all the ay in another state so so far away! I am trying to save $ to go there when she has the baby and I am so scared what if I don't make it?But all I cad do is push myself working harder and having faith that I will get there to her! I am sad again!
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31 Mar 13
I'm really sorry for your loss. She must have been a great mother! It's so hard to give any advice bow, but yes, the most sensible thing to do would be to make yourself occupied with something, whether it is work or a time-consuming hobby. My condolences.
31 Mar 13
First of all, I want to congratulate you that you are going to be a grandmother! I am sorry that you are missing your daughter as she has married to other state. Perhaps, you could let her know your plans and see if she could contribute a little financial to help bring you there in time to come. Missing someone is really not a good feeling. I hope you will try to occupy your free time and get yourself busy with some stuff so that you will dwell in your emotions too often. To maintain a cheerful mood and state of mind is very important as it will affect our health in general.
31 Mar 13
Well, to be honest, the fact that your daughter is pregnant, and as a result you will be future grandmother, I know that it only now. For the rest I can understand perfectly that you suffer the very remoteness of your dear daughter. However, saving money in order to reach she, I think it's something very appreciated. You're still doing a lot for her. I close this comment with my warmest congratulations to you, future grandmother!