Not Being There

My new reality is that Rose is hours away. No matter what happens, I will not be there to help.

I can no longer hover and smother.

Rose hopes to live outside the country. I will not be there either.

Rose owns her life now. She also owns her epilepsy.

After decades of my being constantly on duty, I have been dismissed.

I am thankful in a way, but the worry is something I will carry with me no matter where Rose goes.

That is my new project. Letting go of the worry and the fear.

Rose has done it. So should I.

Mama Flow

Author: Flower Roberts

seizuremamaandrose.org

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