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Crashion

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Feb 9, 2019
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I just lost my mom and I hate everyone. SHe was an amazing person and she would want me to reach out. I wrote a eulogy and here it is
"My mom, Where to begin. I will tell you what kind of person my Mom was. I spent the most time with her in
her final months in our home. And she had a very unique soul.

A very vivacious person, someone who would always light up the room whenever she entered. She loved everyone.
She always made even strangers she never met before laugh everytime she was around. Spreading her happiness
to the world. She was most happy I think when she was on her own just talking to random people and just plain
talking. A very outspoken person she was. Everytime she spoke she was a loud one let me tell you. You could
always hear her from miles away. Never afraid to tell you her point of view about everything. You know what,
I feel sorry for the times I told her to quiet down, you are just being too loud. Even with my headphones on
listening to music I could still hear her. But that was a good thing, because everytime she would yell out
to me, I would run to where she was and did what she asked of me. I know her hearing was getting bad and
I didn't show the respect she truly deserved about her hearing loss. Im sorry mom for the times I yelled back.

And Good Lord did she ever love singing. It was always soo out of pitch it drove me crazy at times. Making
up her own little lyrics and singing songs from the Beatles. I didn't think I would actually miss that part.

Always spoke so highly of her family. She was soo proud of her children. Words can never describe
how she felt about us. Being a mother of 3 boisterous boys, me, my twin brother, and my older brother.
I will never forget that on Granpda Joes death bed how he held all three of our hands and told us that family
is most important. Always be brothers and always stick together. And we have and will continue to do so.

Even through all of her pain and surgeries she was always eager to help out, no matter what the problem was.
She always had her family in her heart and did everything she could to help us whenever we were in need.

You know, out of all of her children, me and my mom were very much alike. We loved fashion, candles, music,
and thinking where in the world we would love to travel to. We loved candles and making everything smell nice.
Everytime I light them I will always think of her.

And the times my mom made my Dad change his clothes before they went out on dates. He doesn't know how to
dress. Its up to me to help him now. I think most of his clothes are horrendous looking. But whatcha gonna do.

Her last three days she was in such unbearable pain. Worse than I have ever seen her and there was nothing we
could do for her. I believe in my heart that the Lord heard her screams and felt her pain. And he decided
that it was her time for her pain and suffering to end.

Thank you Lord for giving her peace at long last. "
 
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Hi! Crashion 😊 Welcome to CC 😊


Thank you for sharing this beautiful message... your mom is a wonderful mom ❤

I actually don't know what to say but I understand that losing a loved one can be very difficult...I just want to offer a short prayer for you and your family... Lord you know better and you care better than everyone else could...I pray Lord for comfort for Crashion and his family and please bring people who will be there for them. Thank you Lord in Jesus name Amen!



God bless you ❤
 
Feb 6, 2019
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I just lost my mom and I hate everyone. SHe was an amazing person and she would want me to reach out. I wrote a eulogy and here it is
"My mom, Where to begin. I will tell you what kind of person my Mom was. I spent the most time with her in
her final months in our home. And she had a very unique soul.

A very vivacious person, someone who would always light up the room whenever she entered. She loved everyone.
She always made even strangers she never met before laugh everytime she was around. Spreading her happiness
to the world. She was most happy I think when she was on her own just talking to random people and just plain
talking. A very outspoken person she was. Everytime she spoke she was a loud one let me tell you. You could
always hear her from miles away. Never afraid to tell you her point of view about everything. You know what,
I feel sorry for the times I told her to quiet down, you are just being too loud. Even with my headphones on
listening to music I could still hear her. But that was a good thing, because everytime she would yell out
to me, I would run to where she was and did what she asked of me. I know her hearing was getting bad and
I didn't show the respect she truly deserved about her hearing loss. Im sorry mom for the times I yelled back.

And Good Lord did she ever love singing. It was always soo out of pitch it drove me crazy at times. Making
up her own little lyrics and singing songs from the Beatles. I didn't think I would actually miss that part.

Always spoke so highly of her family. She was soo proud of her children. Words can never describe
how she felt about us. Being a mother of 3 boisterous boys, me, my twin brother, and my older brother.
I will never forget that on Granpda Joes death bed how he held all three of our hands and told us that family
is most important. Always be brothers and always stick together. And we have and will continue to do so.

Even through all of her pain and surgeries she was always eager to help out, no matter what the problem was.
She always had her family in her heart and did everything she could to help us whenever we were in need.

You know, out of all of her children, me and my mom were very much alike. We loved fashion, candles, music,
and thinking where in the world we would love to travel to. We loved candles and making everything smell nice.
Everytime I light them I will always think of her.

And the times my mom made my Dad change his clothes before they went out on dates. He doesn't know how to
dress. Its up to me to help him now. I think most of his clothes are horrendous looking. But whatcha gonna do.

Her last three days she was in such unbearable pain. Worse than I have ever seen her and there was nothing we
could do for her. I believe in my heart that the Lord heard her screams and felt her pain. And he decided
that it was her time for her pain and suffering to end.

Thank you Lord for giving her peace at long last. "
Hi, I’m sorry to hear about the loss of your mom. I just said a prayer for you. Although I don’t know the pain you are going through I can only imagine. Continue to seek God during this difficult time.
 
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I just lost my mom and I hate everyone. SHe was an amazing person and she would want me to reach out. I wrote a eulogy and here it is
"My mom, Where to begin. I will tell you what kind of person my Mom was. I spent the most time with her in
her final months in our home. And she had a very unique soul.

A very vivacious person, someone who would always light up the room whenever she entered. She loved everyone.
She always made even strangers she never met before laugh everytime she was around. Spreading her happiness
to the world. She was most happy I think when she was on her own just talking to random people and just plain
talking. A very outspoken person she was. Everytime she spoke she was a loud one let me tell you. You could
always hear her from miles away. Never afraid to tell you her point of view about everything. You know what,
I feel sorry for the times I told her to quiet down, you are just being too loud. Even with my headphones on
listening to music I could still hear her. But that was a good thing, because everytime she would yell out
to me, I would run to where she was and did what she asked of me. I know her hearing was getting bad and
I didn't show the respect she truly deserved about her hearing loss. Im sorry mom for the times I yelled back.

And Good Lord did she ever love singing. It was always soo out of pitch it drove me crazy at times. Making
up her own little lyrics and singing songs from the Beatles. I didn't think I would actually miss that part.

Always spoke so highly of her family. She was soo proud of her children. Words can never describe
how she felt about us. Being a mother of 3 boisterous boys, me, my twin brother, and my older brother.
I will never forget that on Granpda Joes death bed how he held all three of our hands and told us that family
is most important. Always be brothers and always stick together. And we have and will continue to do so.

Even through all of her pain and surgeries she was always eager to help out, no matter what the problem was.
She always had her family in her heart and did everything she could to help us whenever we were in need.

You know, out of all of her children, me and my mom were very much alike. We loved fashion, candles, music,
and thinking where in the world we would love to travel to. We loved candles and making everything smell nice.
Everytime I light them I will always think of her.

And the times my mom made my Dad change his clothes before they went out on dates. He doesn't know how to
dress. Its up to me to help him now. I think most of his clothes are horrendous looking. But whatcha gonna do.

Her last three days she was in such unbearable pain. Worse than I have ever seen her and there was nothing we
could do for her. I believe in my heart that the Lord heard her screams and felt her pain. And he decided
that it was her time for her pain and suffering to end.

Thank you Lord for giving her peace at long last. "
Crashion, welcome to the CC!🙏
 

TabinRivCA

Well-known member
Oct 23, 2018
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Welcome to CC, you will find a lot of compassionate beautiful souls here. I know loss, I had a very dear daughter who passed on too early. She has an endearing, intellectual sweet personality and I miss her. BUT I know she's in peace and just got to where we all are going ahead of us. We are not to dwell in the past but continue on to 'occupy til He returns'. Don't permit negativity to creep into your mind bc that wouldn't b God's will. Trust God as always and in everything. God bless!
 

BrotherMike

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Jan 8, 2018
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Welcome to CC! I totally understand how you feel as I lost my mother 19 years ago. The pain never goes away but the best thing to heal is to remember the good times with her. Looks like your mother loved you and wants you to be happy and thriving! We were blessed to have great Mom's who loved us :)
 

Deade

Called of God
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Hello Crashion, welcome to CC. I hope you will enjoy your stay here.

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Mel85

Daughter of the True King
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Welcome and we are glad you are here. Thank you for sharing!

Hope to see you around the forums!

Blessings in Jesus Name.
 

blue_ladybug

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Feb 21, 2014
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I'm sorry for your loss. This OP is better suited for the Prayer forum. Welcome to CC. :)

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