Will This Be My Moms Last Mother’s Day?

My mom is 84 years old and suffers from dementia. She doesn’t remember the Mother’s Day card I bought her two days ago but thankfully, she remembers me.

As every holiday goes by, I ask myself, “Will this be mom’s last?” and I hate that I think that and need to stop. Instead of wasting a beautiful holiday wondering if it will be the last, I should be embracing the moment with her.

Is she the same vibrant mom from years ago? No, and I miss those deep conversations and the look into my eyes like she could see my soul. She talks, I listen, I talk she looks at me but it feels like she’s not there. How do I get over this feeling?

As a psychic medium I of all people should know that energy life goes on after we die. The physical part ends but the connection remains. If we’re lucky, we’ll even get those spirit visits that validate our questions. These visits also come in when we need it the most.

So I’m going to get off my pity wagon, call my mom and tell her I love her. I have a lifetime of memories with her and more are still in the making.

Hug your moms, embrace her spirt.

About Donna Frasca

I am an energy that has found a new vibration and frequency. Through many years of writing, learning, and experiencing, I've found comfort in trusting in myself and in Spirit.
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2 Responses to Will This Be My Moms Last Mother’s Day?

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for sharing I had the same thoughts how many more mothers day will I have with my mom? I appreciate your story to enjoy and focus on her here an now. Have a blessed Mothers day!
    thank you!

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