Massive hugs MammaG
i last cried on friday! i have worked hard not to cry since
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27-03-2012 14:10 #31
27-03-2012 14:11 #32
Not for a few weeks. Was when a colleague lost her son who was born premmy
Big hugs MummaG. I can't even begin to imagine how you feel...
27-03-2012 14:15 #33Senior Member
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Aww thanks guys It was also nice finding his stuff, it happens a fair bit, things he had hidden in draws etc. I suppose they were happy tears. I appreciate ur support. X
27-03-2012 14:18 #34
So sorry MummaG.
I don't cry much. I think I had some quiet tears a few weeks ago listening to a particular song on my iTunes in the car (Bridal Train by The Waifs); the lyrics of that song always get to me!
I literally shed two tears the other night in bed worrying about money. But the last time I all-out sobbed was months ago; I was angry at myself for leaving my sixth pair of expensive ear buds out where my cat chewed through them yet AGAIN. I just couldn't believe I'd let it happen so many times!
27-03-2012 14:18 #35
Just a minute ago, reading fellow Hubber Sian's story :-(
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27-03-2012 14:19 #36
2 weeks ago on the anniversary of my mums death.
27-03-2012 14:22 #37
Yesterday. It's 9 months since my dad died but something happened that triggered my grief last Friday and I cried on and off for 3 days.
27-03-2012 14:32 #38
Yesterday when a friend announced her pregnancy on fb. Ttc is an emotional rollercoaster!!
27-03-2012 14:32 #39
Hugs MummaG23 I can only imagine xxx
I cried this morning and yesterday about having this baby without her father and just how sad that is in itself. Not at all what I imagined or would have wanted for my kids.
27-03-2012 14:35 #40Senior Member
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