This is Thanksgiving and I felt the need to get a little more thankful today.
So I thought I would write about my mom.
She encouraged me when I was a child to HAVE animals, you name it we had it. There were birds, cats, dogs, a salamander and a modicum of hamsters, these were just a few of the types of animals that shared our home and were loved by us both.
She was always amazed and excited with my telepathic and intuitive abilities, and she brought me this year to Venture Inward, a place that has become for me a real support network of people who are like minded as me. I have given classes in Animal Communication there, and will continue to do so next year.
All because my mom with her wonderful open-mindedness went to a few psychic classes that they gave, loved it, and brought me there as well.
She left me her cat Sammy, the little kitten that I found for her last year, in the doghouse of the abandoned house below ours. He was sitting in that doghouse and waiting for me.
I took him home to my mother, as I had done with so many other animals before. One look and she was in love.
I found Sammy in August of last year, he had so many fleas on him, that when we took him to the vet and they sprayed him, it looked like a black could falling around him.
But my mom did not care she had held him in her arms all the way to the vet and she did the same thing on the way home. She did not care…she was in love.
She would send me pictures of her new boy almost on a daily basis, and I loved it! It was so nice to know that in finding the little kitten I had made my mom unbelievably happy.
Sammy and my mother had eight wonderful months together, I was visiting her and had come April 13th the day before her birthday. She had was we thought was a cold that turned worse and we were told it was bronchitis. We later found out that it was small cell lung cancer.
My mother transitioned at her home 6 days after her diagnosis, that was the 12th of June 2008. She passed with friends and family by her side exactly the way she wanted to go. She passed with her Sammy there too.
I don’t know why I am writing this, but I felt a need to today.
To put down for the World to see the appreciation and thanks that I have for my mother and what she has done for me before and since she transitioned.
I love you Mom.