Memories are a fickle thing.
One would think that I’ve written to you and about you extensively over the past two years. But I have always feared that if I stopped, my mind would betray me and I will forget. I always hope that I can retain all our good memories. You weren’t perfect. I wasn’t either. But we did our best. Even though I always felt like I could have done better.
There’s still so many things I wish I could have said, and things that have happened where I wished you were there. But words always stay at the tip of my tongue. The rare chance when they do come, words never seem enough.
I miss you.
4 thoughts on “15 Days of Writing True || Dear Mom”
Aw I have never lost anyone close to me, but your post brought up so many emotions! I am a stranger, so I don’t know anything about the situation between your mom and you, so I apologize if I offend, but I’m sure she loves you very much and it doesn’t matter what you said or didn’t say, she’ll always love you! 🙂
Thank you, Kim 🙂
This was a very sweet letter to your mother. Keep on staying strong, Teesh, your letters do have meaning and I hope the good memories will continue to be strong the more you think about them. ♥
Thank you, Nancy 🙂