Comment on Mothers' Day

  1. "It is half past now and they have all the time in the world."
    This is the bit that really broke me.
    But it's all just... so honest, and real. Because it is, and through your writing, you manage to convey that sort of "for everything that was, wasn't, could be, is, shouldn't have been, maybe, what if".
    This is beautiful. And I read it twice and choked up both times, and if (when) I read it again, it'll more than likely happen again because... well, because you've managed to write it so beautifully sad.

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