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i can't believe next month will be 2 years from when i lost my mom.... not only that but 7 weeks ago i had my uterus and cervix removed for the same type of cancer that cost her her life - the difference - i had my daughter and at my 6 week pp visit they caught it in the very very early stages... my mommy wasn't so lucky she had no reason to have a check and didn't get one until she was stage 3 I miss her soooo much. i wish i could tell her about all the changes in my life..we have our own house and a baby girl now, but i can't. My mom passed away 6 months after her diagnosis. I spent a lot of time with her and the last month when she moved to hospice care with her (my sister as well was there). I found her in the morning - her husband (my step dad) sleeping beside her on the floor....he didn't leave her alone for a night the last 3 weeks of her life ever.
I can't say in word the impact that the loss of my mom has had on me....but i know you all understand
i'm posting this now - because i know i won't be able to next month - Feb 17th
I am so sorry for your loss Cancer is such an evil thing! I am sorry your Mom's Cancer wasn't found until later. Hopefully because you caught yours early you will be Cancer free. My mom died this past August of a rare form of Cancer that started in her leg and eventually spread throughout her body. She didn't even know it was there until it got really big. I am soo scared of getting Cancer as well and I think early detection in the key to being cured. I will walk for my mom this summer in the Relay for Life and I hope to hear about other people who have beat cancer because my mom never gave up and I am sure your mom never gave up as well. I am sure your mother would be soo proud of you and your children are beautiful.
Kelly and John- Married: Sep 30th, 2006
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Tyler Lyman- Sep 6th, 2009
thank you. I'm sorry about your mom Cancer really does suck. I've been walking for my mom for the last 3 years in the American Cancer walk - 1st when she was first diagnosed - the 2nd year was on her birthday after her death and the 3rd year was this year for both my mom and myself...walking is a healing thing - i hope you feel that when you do your walk. I'm soooo proud of my mom for the fight she did, and it sounds like your mom did too.