Birthday love to a lost mother
Letter No. 133 | August 2, 1999
This is a birthday remembrance for Rose Marie Doubt who died in a car accident in 1983.
My dearest Mom,
The sun rose and the sun set time and time again after you left. So many times you try to reason why things happen in our lives that cause us pain. There are also times that the reason for your pain is to shape you into the person that you are meant to be. I do believe Mom that your passing made me grow to the person that I am today, and that if I had not felt the loss that I had maybe I would not be as grateful for all that I have today.
Some how I managed to grow up and start a life of my own. If you could just see how I was able to get on with my life and start a new one I think you would be proud. As a teenager you always wonder why your parents push you and give you responsibility when you really don't want it. If it was not for your pushing Mom and for teaching me how to cope on my own I don't know what I would have done when you were called home. Thank you for all that you made me and as your birthday comes and goes for another year those who knew and loved you think of you fondly and will continue to do so for many more to come. I love you.
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