Mom I don't know how I am going to move on from this. Its strange but I am going to try and let the fact that both of us had life altering events happen to us at 32 make me feel closer to you. You had your first seizure and I lost the person I love most in the world. Thank you for being so brave when you were first diagnosed with the brain tumor, because you gave me 20 extra years with you, even though right now it feels like you were stolen away WAY to soon.
I don't know how I begin to start to live again, but I will try to be as brave as you have been, but honestly I just don't want to, it feels like a bad dream I can't wake up from.
Anyways I love you so much, and I am so proud of you for always trying to find happieness and even when you were down and low you would still put on a brave face and try to make other laugh.
You were loved more then you ever will know, Thank you so much for being my Mom - you were a GREAT Mom and I love you.