Just over a year has gone by since we lost our beautiful Mum. No matter what you read in books or that people tel you, the days do not get easier and the pain remains as strong as it did that very day. You may have to go on with life but there is something each day that stops me in my tracks that and sends me that heartbreaking moment we said goodbye forever all over again. The unbearable pain that you receive when your in the que at Tesco or when you putting the bins out is something I’ll never be able to properly describe.

Mum was a funny, outgoing, kind and strong minded woman who loved life. Nothing was too much trouble and she always saw the good in everyone. This especially makes loosing her that extra bit harder. Going for the leap of faith and putting her name on the transplant list was the bravest thing anyone could have done.

Mum had the quality of life she so desired once she had the op, nothing was stopping her. Dog walks, her sons wedding, sleepovers with her grandson and just generally enjoying her new life.

Everyone at Harefield Hospital truly made a difference in our families life throughout the time we spent there with Mum. Since mum passed she has become a Grandma for the second time to beautiful baby Annie.

Keeping’s mum’s alive will alway be my main job in life. She was too good to be forgotten.

Please help me and my family raise as much money for this remarkable hospital and the wonderful doctors and nurses. Without them mums new life would never been possible.

You will NEVER be forgotten mum, we will all do you proud. Xxxx stacey webster