Mother’s Day Without My Mom

Living without the one person who cared the most

Photo by Xavier Mouton Photographie on Unsplash

My Mom left this world 10 years ago. And nothing will ever be the same.

For most of my childhood, I didn’t appreciate her. I thought she was too tough on me.

She was the one who made me finish breakfast when I didn’t want to. She forced me to clean my room. She told me to go outside…

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My personal journey of writing. Applying creativity to inspire positive changes.

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L.A. Strucke

L.A. Strucke

Writer, Songwriter. Published in Chicken Soup for the Soul, Highlights for Children and Guideposts. Editor of The Creative Project.

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