|Reviews for You Don't Know|
| Diana Shore 8/3/06 . chapter 1
'There just isn’t anywhere big enough.'
What a powerful statement. Just from those workds alone anyone reading this would know the great character your mom possesses by the amount of lives she's touched so warmly.
Plus she's raised some great kids, yourself included.
Your mom is so used to be in the caretaker role, it's only natural for her to be feeling like a burden now that she's the one being taken care of. You're doing great. She'll probably continue to argue so all you can do is what you're doing now.
| incandescente 8/2/06 . chapter 1
it seems foolish of me, to seemingly critique this piece of writing. yet i believe that when a piece of writing truly comes from the heart, the magic begins. thank you for sharing this, and though we dont know each other, i will support you! (: your love for your mom is laudable, and i pray that you'd continue to have strength for the time ahead. (:
| Sask 8/2/06 . chapter 1
Your letter to your mum is so beautiful. It brung tears to my eyes. A few months ago my grandad was diagnosed my asopahagus cancer. A month and one week ago he died after struggling through chemo and loosing more than a stone in a week. I know what you are probaly going through and just make sure that you spend as much time with your mother as possible. At my grandads funeral the whole church was filled I'm sure it'll be the same for your mother if she does die. I jsut want to congratulate you on your braveness.
| basnirka amaterka 8/2/06 . chapter 1
I feel almost scared to drop a review on such a heavy, though unfortunately true story which almost made me cry and feel sick. You could perhaps consider telling your mother at least partly what you wrote to her - how much she's appreciated. I wish you all the force and support YOU will need in the forthcoming times.