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April 20, 2014


This is moving and utterly charming.

Poignant and practical Stacey, a great tribute to your mom as well as to innovative techniques for helping those we love. Not to mention a terrific piece of writing. May you mother's pain continue to subside, and her gratitude for her daughter's love continue to grow.

Due to my orthopaedic and neurological illness, I have been looking for Medical Marihuana. Some might say, why don't you grow your own? Well problem is, that my gardening skills are Zero and nothing grows. I don't have a "Green Thumb", so to speak.

Medical Marihuana does ease my health problems much better than common medicine from the doctors. And so I came across

Some might be reluctant to believe, that Mail Order Marijuana works, but it does. I am glad to see, that sites, as yours, gives a lot of information for people same as me. Thank you all and stay healthy at all times.

Well done, Stacey. You always choose to write from the heart and your kindness is very much apparent here.

Thank you everyone. My mom continues to benefit from the cream. She says "it's a miracle."

Please forgive my very late comment. more than a year since your post was first written. This is indeed a beautiful honoring of your mother and her creativity. Seeing one's mother suffer has got to be the worst thing ever. I am so glad she has been able to have access to a balm, and I hope it continues to help her. I may need to look into this for my own mother in the not-too-distant future. Stay strong today and everyday.

with the art,

your story of your mother is very nice, it is so heart touching since my mother was once a teacher and i am witnessed of her hard works and dedication to her work and students. thanks for this article.

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