There are very few ties in life as strong as the one between a mother and her daughter. Cindy and Macy were no exception. They were more than simply mother and child; they were dear friends. Anyone could see that it would be difficult to separate them, and they enjoyed each other’s company immensely.
When Macy was killed in a car accident, her mother was inconsolable. The woman was devastated and grieved for her daughter until she died. She would recall the times they had spent together and the tears would fill her eyes once again.
Although she had been a typical adolescent, she had a date and her own group of pals, and she spent little time with family. One thing was apparent, however; Macy’s relationship with her mother was close. The pair would be discovered engaged in activities like as cooking or even taking photographs together.
The family got terrible news one day that Macy had died in a car accident. Her mother shut down as she attempted to understand the meaning of her loss, but she couldn’t. She wept for her daughter, knowing she would never see her again and even though she would be in her memory, she would never get the opportunity to hug her or
Cindy discovered a number of letters addressed to her after she was buried. She sat down to read them, and when she opened the first, she understood that they were written by Macy a year before her death. The youngster had composed them at various periods in her life, including when she was happy, scared, or couldn’t sleep.
She read them with emotion, and the memory of her murdered daughter returned.
When her children were sleeping, she kept a box of letters by her side. One letter in particular caught her attention: it read, “Open when you miss me.” The anxious mother ripped open the envelope and started reading.
She began with a greeting and an apology for whatever had caused her mother to be late. She expressed worry for her mother’s health and said that she, too, missed her. Macy went on to say that being away from their house made her feel homesick really quickly.
When she was a kid, the woman stated how much she missed her mother. She said that when she had lived with her father, she looked forward to seeing her mother again soon. She believed it was because of the fantastic food she had stored at home that explained why she’d been looking forward to seeing her mother again so soon.
Mya, on the other hand, told her mother she loved her and acknowledged everything she had done for her.
Cindy wept for a few moments, then an idea hit her; this missive had given her the closure she so desperately desired. She was now prepared to let go of her daughter. The mother posted on Facebook, expressing how much she had missed her daughter. She poured out her feelings there, hoping that some way, somehow,
It was as though Macy had seen her own death coming. She was probably aware that her mother would require the letter at some point. I hope she may now rest in peace.