Waiting for a sign.....I just lost my 20 yr old daughter 9 days before christmas...She had a very rare bacteria infection called strep A, it took her life in 2 short days.. I watched her life be taken away from her. When the time came to remove the life support I did what any mother would do, I climbed into her bed and held her until the end...My heart is broken, I feel helpless and alone..I as her mother feel like i should have protected her and i couldnt I beg every day for her to give me a sign..Am i not seeing them due to my grieving or is it because she is new at this and it will take time..Please Help


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♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 01/13/2013




Blessings to you, Linda. Give yourself some time. Grief is a long process. You will, as spring approaches, start to see those signs and know "she's with me". It will be very small, seemingly insignificant things, but they'll be there.

Have faith, and stay strong. You were the best momma that you could be to a young lady who got the short end of the stick. She knows that it wasn't your fault, and that you did all that you could.

{{HUGS}} And prayers for you, my dear

Sarah - posted on 01/12/2013




I cannot imagine this. I am 20 myself. This tragic incident is nothing of your fault though. You did what you could do. Which is your best. You loved on her and was beside her til her death. I don't know her, but I know if that was me and my mother. I would've been very happy and proud to have a mother like that.

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