You leaving made me question my worth. Every time someone would replace me or leave me I would consider it as a justification that I am not worth staying for.
Her mother has taught her how to love, how to hate, how to fight, and since losing the most influential person in her life; how to survive.
You’re not here when I have a bad day. Or when I have a good one.
Let’s face it; breeding is not hard. However, not just anyone can raise a kid, and commit to them for a lifetime with unconditional love.
Because of her, I see that my body is a magnificent creation – one that should be loved, respected and cherished.
There is no cure for missing someone. I will always miss my mom.
She is still with me, every step of the way. And there is no way I could ever forget her.
This goes to the woman who fights every battle with her own hands and taught me that it’s okay to break down sometimes, as long as you get back up and keep fighting.
Rebecca had the life that I dreamed of. She had a big house, two dogs, and a really nice mom and dad. I would sit in Rebecca’s house sometimes and watch in amazement as Rebecca’s mom hugged and kissed her and combed the tangles out of her long hair.
She has made me afraid to trust people, she has made me afraid to love.