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Beth Chapman's Daughter Shares Emotional Post About Being 'Empty And Lonely' Without Her Mom

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By Clark Sparky

The holidays always have a way of making people miss their loved ones who have passed on more than any other time of the year. Beth Chapman's daughter, Cecily, revealed that she is feeling that in a recent Instagram post.

"I miss you today, tomorrow, and everyday! Part of me has left the earth, most times I feel lost," she began her post.

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"One of the things she told me while we were alone in the car driving, the last Sam's club run we ever did 'I just haven't taught you everything yet' at the time I told her she taught me everything I know.... Now I understand she hadn't taught me enough, like living life without her," Chapman continued.

"Today I find myself missing her more then ever. Thanksgiving. Christmas, and Easter will never be the same again, the holidays that meant the world to her."

"My life is so empty and lonely without her I spent my whole life with her even back when I was little once upon a time it was just me and her I miss the days we sang in the car together, that was my favorite it didn't matter what song just to hear her beautiful voice singing an looking at her admiring her and her beauty she was always beautiful.... Her face, her nails, and her hair," she added.

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"With this being expressed I pray and hope for anyone who has a mom, never take a second for granted, time is precious and you never know when they'll be gone. Mom I love you and miss you so much from your baby," Chapman concluded her emotional post.

Her dad, Duane Chapman, responded with a simple red heart emoji.

Fans chimed in with support. "One day at a time ... never easy! Never the same but she is definitely proud of you all!" one wrote.

"Totally feel this for you... lost my mom to cancer at 64 yrs old in 2016..she left a hole here on the earth that just can’t be filled. Praying for you and your family," another said.

"My mom passed away in January & nothing is ever the same. Holidays are the hardest. Praying for u n ur family," a third fan added.

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