Funeral day.

Started by

My Mom passed away on Tuesday. We are leaving shortly for Miramar National Cemetery. I grew much closer to her over these last three years of care giving. I hope I am able to read the short eulogy that I wrote. This is such a painful feeling. Thank you for support over the last few months..


I am so sorry for your loss. It is a very painful time for you and should you weep or your voice cracks while reading the eulogy, it will be okay because you are greiving. Draw on your memories of good times with your mom. My prayers are with you.

So sorry for your loss. Don't worry about the eulogy everyone will understand..
I am so sorry for your loss. Keep in the forefront of your mind how blessed you were to be able to spend those last years with her, and how doubly blessed she was to have you. She is in Gods arms, and with those she loved that preceded her.I bet they are all sending blessings to the hero (you) that made her last years so bright.
My condolences on the loss of your mother.
May God bless you with His sweet and needed peace and comfort. Caregiving is exhausting, but it can teach us love in new measure. You served your Mom and your crown is waiting.
So sorry for your loss.
My Mom's passing was harder than I was prepared for. A few hours before she died, she grabbed my arm and asked "Randy, where am I going? Where am I going?" It was so hideously painful. I told her she was going to heaven.

Keep the conversation going (or start a new one)

Please enter your Comment

Ask a Question

Reach thousands of elder care experts and family caregivers
Get answers in 10 minutes or less
Receive personalized caregiving advice and support