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Old March 15th, 2008, 12:30
jadebear jadebear is offline
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I agree that it was good that we didn't have to watch my Dad suffer.I was praying he would go fast after he was diagnosed and my prayers were answered.Almost exactly one year before my dad passed my father-in-law passed from cancer and he did suffer,for 2 years and after watching that i did not want my own dad to go through the same thing.
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Old March 19th, 2008, 01:38
ginahunt3 ginahunt3 is offline
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Now not only do I have to remember the terrified look in my grandma's eyes, I also get to remember my grandpa crying because we were crying. I cry all the time. I can't imagine life without them. There are times, 2 yrs. after she died, that I still think I have to call Grandma about something & now I am going through the same thing with grandpa. I don't think I can take it.
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