Cynthia Denise Moore my mother was born today. If she was alive, she would have been 60 years young. There are no words to explain how much I miss and love my mother. I often wonder how my life would be if she was still alive.
My mother passed away November 1995, three months before I gave birth to my daughter, Jaela. My mother knew she would never see or know my daughter, and as I type this I have tears in my eyes. As I watched my daughter grow who is now 23, it has always been a constant life reminder of how many years I have been without my mother. Jaela actually looks like and act like my mom, especially when she wear two braids. One of my mom signature hairstyles.
For so long, I was mad at God for taking my mother away from me. I was confused about life, I was just 20 years old, my brother Shamont was 16. We needed our mother. I thought I knew it all but that’s when you need your parents the most. I needed my mother for her guidance, wisdom, support, and most importantly her unconditional LOVE ❤️ .
Life has not been easy, it’s been very hard. But Momma, I want you know to know I made it. I’m making it everyday. I’m far from perfect but I try each day to be better than yesterday. I have done the best I can with your only son, Shamont. Mommy he misses you and love you. We are very close, but we still fight all the time, lol and we are in our 40’s~nothing has changed. But we support each other and I know that’s the most important thing for you.
I visited the Bahamas a place my mom always wanted to visit. When I was there, I could only think about my mom. I really wished I could have taken her there but it’s ok..I know you saw me, and I could feel your presence.
Happy Birthday Mom~You are the best mother a girl or anyone could ask for. The love you gave me for 20 years took over my entire existence. I love you so much. It’s your day in heaven, I know you and Grandma are singing and dancing.