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Mom’s 10th Memorial
May 17, 2011 ~ Filed Under: Daily Life, Mom, Robocity Leaders, Updates ~ 311 words
Yesterday and today I have spent most of my online time working on our Robocity institutional site, together with Shotfire and C. Police. Last night, we went home at midnight because we have discussed the changes to apply to the site together until 9 PM, and then we worked on the site.
I have also installed a gazillion plugins on our Discussion Forum this morning. I’m glad C. Police had the nice idea of searching for plugins suitable for our forum. Too bad he didn’t find any against spammers… I shall look for one as soon as I’m done writing this entry.
On a more personal side now, and two things: 1) I need to get back on track with EileenSON.org! 2) I missed writing an entry about my mom’s anniversary, here. :( Oh, I shall make up for that right now!
So, as everybody knows by now, my mom – Eileen – died on March 7th of 2001, when I was a mere 6 years old child. Ten years have passed since the sad day, but I will never forget… I could never, because SHE IS MY MOM. On the day of her tenth memorial, I prayed before her tombstone all morning; I owe it to my mom. She is still alive, here in my heart; she will never be gone. I love you mom, more than life itself. Thank you for giving me life. I owe you more than I can do, more than I can ever do. I owe you my entire existence, and my heart.
So, before concluding…. my 16th birthday post will come in a few days, so make sure to check back often (I definitely need more free time).
Scissors of Time…
March 7, 2009 ~ Filed Under: Anniversary, Family, Mom ~ 147 words
I wish that Scissors of Time
Would cut it off from my Memory,
Cut off the Pain and the Tears
And the endless days of Solitude.
‘Cause until the dawn of all Times
I know I will never see Her ever again.
Because I miss you, mom… I miss you with my whole heart. This world is depicted of the tones of gray without you in my life. Where are you, mom? Are you in Heaven? Are you an Angel now, that looks out for us from above? I don’t know, mom, but if it’s there that you are, I wish I could be there with you, in your arms, resting against your loving heart. I miss you….