[Loch-Ruadh] grave tideing
Rbnew5 at netscape.net
Sun Apr 21 20:44:32 PDT 2002
My heart and prayers are with you and your family. I lost one of
my grandmothers to Alzheimer's just under 3 years ago. Today,
my husband's sister is also not doing well and has taken a turn
for the worse. Sometimes, it's hard for us to let go but, in the end,
you will find that it's a blessing for her not to suffer any longer.
And, whenever it starts to hurt, just remember back on the good
times and remember good times you had with her. It works for
me (just today, in fact), I pray it works for you.
/Ly Elizabeth Hawkwood
jasonhaddock2 at attbi.com wrote:
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>Hello everyone long time no talk to anyone. I hate talking about
>personal business on the post but I'm upset and something major in my
>life is going on. My grandmother on my mom's side who has had
>Alzheimer's for the last few/many years has taken a turn for the worse
>today she has hardly woken up all day and her bp is 80/40. they aren't
>expecting her to live past the weekend. Just wanted everyone to know
>what has happened to me and let them know I'm still here. For anyone who
>is curious my grandmothers name is Jessie phyllips and she is in the
>mineral wells general hospital. I guess I'm reaching out for some
>support cause I'm taking this really hard. Guess I will see everyone
>when this is all over. Thankx for listening everyone I love you all.
>jasonhaddock2 at attbi.com
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