Thursday, 10 June 2010

A very sad day.....


We've lost my wonderful Mum today, the kindest, loveliest mother anyone could ever have.


RIP Marlene.
We all love you so much. You've earned your rest from that terrible disease, sleep well.....
XXXX

12 comments:

Steve Does Comics said...

I'm sorry to hear that, Cerebus. I lost my dad a few years back and wish I could say something clever that'd make you feel better but, as we all know, there's a limit to what words can achieve. So, all I'll say is hang in there and remember that people are thinking of you.

All the best; Steve.

Cal's Canadian Cave of Coolness said...

I lost my own father five years ago today and it does get easier over time. I am sorry to hear about your loss.

Mickey Glitter said...

I am so, so sorry. Like Steve and Cal, I know what it's like to lose a parent. It sucks. Remember the good times and the love. In the end, that's all there is. *hugs*

That Baldy Fella said...

I'm so sorry to hear about your loss

RAB said...

I only know you from online...but that's enough to get a sense of what a good person you are, and that in turn gives some idea of what a good mother she was. And I'll bet anything that you and Sarah are doing just as fine a job with your own kids, which is the best thing you can do to honor her memory. You keep hanging in there and be good to yourself.

Saranga said...

Oh mate, that's awful. Really sorry to hear about that.

Momo said...

You have my sincere condolences Cerebus.
I know exactly how you feel. My mother left behind her pain and her love five years ago.

We are left a wonderful memory of them and you are her genes and so are your children. What a wonderful immortality and what a wonderful heritage.

Remember her fondly and pass the stories of her life on. Let her memories not be forgotten.

joe bloke said...

oh, man, I'm sorry. my love and my sympathies to you and your family, fella. hang in there.

petedoree said...

I'm so sorry. Last week was the third anniversary of my Mum's death, and it actually doesn't get any easier, it gets...liveable. A thousand times a day I catch myself thinking: " I must tell Mum that later ".
Nothing anybody says helps, but I would say that whatever you need to do right now, is what you should be doing. Looking at photos of your Mum for instance,or being on your own, if you need to do that, then do that. Don't feel guilty about your reactions is all I'm saying. And leave it a long while before making any big decisions. You're in shock, and you need to be aware of that. I guess the best way to look at it is just: You're the part of her that's still here, and hold onto that.
Thinking of ya, fella.

cerebus660 said...

Guys, I'm overwhelmed.

Thank you to everybody for your thoughts and wishes. I'm deeply touched.

Hopefully speak to you all soon,
cerebus660 ( Simon )

Peace.

quicky said...

So sorry for you, all my condolences

cerebus660 said...

Thanks, mon ami.

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