My carers days may soon be over

For anyone who is bereaved or no longer providing care.
I have cared for my daughter since she was 17 and disabled through illness.
It is a long story. The pathway has been rough at times, but my daughter was never to heavy for me to support. Her life was slipping away and then-- someone gave her her life back.

Last yr she got engaged she 33 this yr.
The flat for her and hubby to be is nearly finished.
They hope to marry next year.
She will move many miles away after they are wed.
My tears are of sadness and joy - that my daughter is leaving me - but that she ahs found happiness and a chance of a life which she can share with someone she loves and who loves her.. map.
What a beautiful story Map - your daughter has been blessed twice with your love and her future husband, I wish them all the luck in the world.

As for 'not being a carer' - wherever she is, she will still be your daughter and you'll still care for her, you never stop being a 'carer'.

Take care

Paula xx
Thank you - yes that is so true and when they come to visit I will have two of them to care for. Image map
As Paula said what a wonderful story.I hope everything goes well for you all.

Rosemary
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