Mama

I live my mama. She is the one person that loves me the most, unconditionally. When I was diagnosed with early stage breast cancer last October, she probably took it worse than everyone I know.

My family, just a few days ago, celebrated her 67th birthday. She was so grateful and said it’s was her best birthday yet. Her only source of pain was that one of her children had decided to cut all ties with the rest of the family because of tough times.
Today was tough for all of us but especially our mother. She got a potentially life changing diagnosis. Not cancer, but definitely serious. I’m skipping over details, but I’ll revisit them soon, God willing. I just needed to mark this day.

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