No Mom’s Land

So, when your cherished family member dies, there is now not only a hole in your life, there is one less leg upon which to balance one’s self.
Our family is down to me and Charlie, and the only way you can stay relatively stable on two points is to turn ‘em into wheels and roll on. Only motion will confer balance.
My friends have sent cool links, I’d like to share them but I don’ t know how to work WordPress anymore…and I’d love feedback, like: can you see advertisements? I will have to pay 40 bucks to spare you these onerous interruptions..
Will see about restarting blog somwhere else where it is both free, and ad-free.
Dream, right?

Found these at the doorstep of Toad Hall

Found these at the doorstep of Toad Hall

~ by jacquiephelan on September 21, 2013.

8 Responses to “No Mom’s Land”

  1. I am sorry to hear about your mom. No, not seeing any ads on your page. Take care, keep on rollin’.

  2. My sincere condolences Jacquie.
    A bicycle is indispensable.

    Alice

  3. I’m sorry to hear of a fine person passing. The only ads I see are for your calendars.

  4. That was downright poetic. thank you for your beautiful writing. I’m going to remember those wise words.

  5. I’m sorry for your loss, Jacquie (and Charlie).
    Please keep blogging, I love what you have to say and how you say it.
    Have not seen any ads here.

  6. WordPress has no ads currently and probably never will – it really is the best blogging tool. I rode with you mostly in Annadel a zillion years ago. Good to catch up with you…

  7. Hi Jacquie. Long time away but back now. Losing Mom is hard, like wishing you’d been nicer to her, could’ve talked to her woman to woman for just 5 minutes, now feeling a little like a boat with no oars. So life goes on, and let’s remember the good things, as we keep pedaling on.
    Warm regards,
    Lynne Ashdown

  8. Losing a loved one is like feeling that you have no place to go after a long ride. I feel for you and urge you to keep on pedaling and remember the great moments the three of you had together while she was alive. I lost my mom and incorporated some of those feelings in a post in my blog called Dreams of my mother. http://carnegiejournal.com/2013/02/14/dreams-of-my-mother/

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