At 40 years old, and the youngest of three I've always been close to my mother. Although the other children lived out of state it was only natural for me to be here for her. Called her every day, my 10 year old daughter and I stayed with her every Friday, my father was barely ever home. Mom was always there for me for moral support when I needed it and I there for her.
My mother was 66 years of age and nothing ever wrong with her health wise. Maybe a pain here and there but nothing ever serious. One weekend out of the year I couldn't be there for my mother, my sister and her family just happened to be here visiting for the week, Thank God, who knows how long it would of been before someone would have found her.
A complain of a terrible headache is all it took to take my best friend away from me. I no longer have my friend to talk to or to go visit. A simple headache took the life of my mother and it scares me because I suffer from migraines now for 7 years. I know absolutely nothing about an Aneurysm's but am now seriously looking into it. It's only been one month now since I've lost my mother and I still have a hard time dealing with this, but I know she would want me to be strong and to go on with life as she did.
I miss my best friend
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