I love you mum 22

She might not be here with me, but I know that her memories live on with me and my children. What I wouldn’t give for another day with my mum, one last good bye, one last hug.  I would never let her go.


You don’t need a special day to tell your mum you love her or appreciate her.

So today I dedicate this post to my Mum.  I love you mum, I miss you more as each day passes.  I never thought I could hurt so much or miss you so much.  You will always and forever be in my heart.

She was my air.

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22 thoughts on “I love you mum

  • Aly

    Can’t see the screen for tears.Have a wonderful day Jenny you of all people surely deserve it xxxx

  • Denise

    Thinking of you today Jen – it wont be easy. ((((HUGS)))) Coffee soon? You can come and stroke my newly plastered walls!!! xxxxxx

  • Pom Pom

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    Oh, your mother was very blessed to have such a loving daughter. I pray a surge of mother-love comes your way today. Happy Mothering Day to you, good mama.

  • Annie

    I hope you get through today ok. Remember you are a wonderful mother too, as I’m sure your boys won’t let you forget. xxx

  • Midlifesinglemum

    I think all of us would like to meet your mum Jen – to find out what she did to get it so right. She truly was blessed to have a daughter who loved her so much. Love to you on this difficult day.

  • Jody Brettkelly

    What a lovely post, I feel quite weepy by your poignant words. Love the picture of you and your mother, the colours and the clothes are so nostalgic. My mother is still here but I don’t see her or call her nearly enough and this post has reminded me to do just that. If I were half the gracious person my mother is i would be a lot happier (and so would everyone around me)

  • Kelly

    Beautiful post Jen, I thought of you a lot yesterday. I am sure this day will be forever bittersweet for you but you have made it through the hardest one I am sure. Big hug.

  • northernmum

    I thought a lot about you yesterday Jen and hoped you were having a good day with the boys. – Unlike myself who was trapped in the hell that is legoland!

    You are right though parents are a gift that we know we wont get to experience for all of our lifetime and we shouldn’t have to use a certain day to tell them we care!


  • Karen Jones

    My dear friend, we never got the chance to talk about mum, I so wanted to but it was a bit manic with all the boys. By the time we got back to the room I just wanted to sleep. I am sorry . I was thinking about you yesterday and had one of those “shall I, Shan’t I moments” about calling or texting you. But then I was worried that you might have been in a happy place at that moment with the family and didn’t want to upset you. I know that it is better to say something than not and that grieving people nearly always appreciate it and I am sorry I didn’t.
    Massive big hugs my dear friend. There are no words to help you .
    Karen xxxx

  • Carly

    What a beautiful Post. I can not begin to imagine how hard it must be and I know I will one day be feeling the same way and missing my mum, that scares me. You are so strong and inspiring. Lots of Hugs,

    Carly xxxx

  • Alexander Residence

    So true, our mums live on in ourselves and our children. That really hit me on Sunday. Gorgeous picture, I can see so much gentle, loving, attentive mothering going on there x Hope you are doing Okay this week 🙂

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