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  • 5 Things Grief Teaches You

    5 Things Grief Teaches You

    Heartbreak is real. Iā€™m not talking about the kind of heart break you feel after a break up, I am talking about that gut wrenching, soul crushing pain that you...

    5 Things Grief Teaches You

    Heartbreak is real. Iā€™m not talking about the kind of heart break you feel after a break up, I am talking about that gut wrenching, soul crushing pain that you...

  • Losing My Mother, Finding Myself

    Losing My Mother, Finding Myself

    There truly is no other love in this world like the love of the mother. And man, the love I received from my mother was truly incredible. She taught me...

    Losing My Mother, Finding Myself

    There truly is no other love in this world like the love of the mother. And man, the love I received from my mother was truly incredible. She taught me...

  • 8 Lessons I Learned After Losing My Mom

    8 Lessons I Learned After Losing My Mom

    My mother was just 48 when I lost her. I was 24. In a way we knew that it was coming. She had stage four lung cancer and it was...

    8 Lessons I Learned After Losing My Mom

    My mother was just 48 when I lost her. I was 24. In a way we knew that it was coming. She had stage four lung cancer and it was...

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ABOUT US

Hi! I am so glad you are here. My name is Jenna and I lost my 48 year old mother in 2013. I was 24 when she passed away and I decided to share her story with my first book Life Goes On..? I then went on to create a grief blog hoping others could relate. In 2017 I published my second book Life Still Goes On..The Blogbook of a Motherless Daughter.

2020 came around and I was searching for a sweatshirt I could buy in honor of my mom. I couldn't find any that I loved, so I decided to create my own and that is when Daughter of an Angel was born.

My bond with my mother did not end the day she died. I live each day trying to make her proud. Although it's been almost 10 years since her passing, I'll never miss her any less than I did the days after she died.

Love them, Honor them, Remember them.

Together we are better.

xo,

Jenna Rose