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Grieving Mom Finds Letters From Daughter After Her Death

This mother lost her daughter in a car accident, and fortunately, her daughter left behind a series of heart-warming letters to her mom. After a month of her daughter’s tragic death, the mother found those bittersweet notes, as if a comfort from beyond, in answer to her grief.

“At 5:40 a.m. April 10, 2000, I gave birth to the most beautiful girl in the world,” wrote Georgia mom Cindy Mathis on the Facebook page dedicated to her daughter, Macy Mathis.

For Cindy, her daughter Macy, had been her strength, her rock, and her wings until Nov. 25, 2016, when a fatal car accident took her dearest girl’s life. She died five days after the wreck. Her boyfriend, Adam Sattler, 18, who was with her at the time, was also killed.

“I held her in my arms as she took her last breath. She would of been 17 years old today,” Cindy recalled.

“[N]obody will truly know how much I miss her,” she said.

One day, after a a month of the tragic loss, Cindy found some desperately needed comfort, as if in answer to her grief—a heartwarming set of letters written by Macy, addressed to her mom.

While clearing the trunk of her car, she came across the first letter. It was marked, “Open it … when you can’t sleep.”

Macy wrote: “I want you to know that I love you.”

After reading the heart touching note, she burst into tears. Then, she began rummaging through her room, looking for all the letters.

Altogether, Macy had written 25 letters, which had been sealed in envelopes for Cindy’s birthday a year earlier.

Each letter instructed Cindy to open it when, at various times, she was having feelings of being lonely, sleepless, excited, and so on.

“Open when … you miss me,” was one of the letters Macy penned to her mom.

It read: “Hey mommy. I’m sorry that you’re missing me … I’m probably missing you too.”

“This one was so hard to open. You don’t know how much mommy misses you!” Cindy wrote on Facebook.

In the letter marked “Open when … you feel lonely,” Macy wrote: “I’m especially sorry if we’re the ones who made you feel lonely. I never intended to do that.”

Perhaps it was a strange coincidence, but Cindy did feel lonely after her daughter had left.

“I feel like she knew. Maybe deep down, she knew, or maybe God told her,” Cindy told TODAY.

Those letters from her daughter, made her laugh and cry, and had unexpectedly helped Cindy cope in the wake of her daughter’s passing.

Cindy was thankful for the precious gift, and felt Macy’s presence through her comforting words.

“Each [letter] has helped me in so many ways,” Cindy told CBS News.





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