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My sister is my best friend too Karen. You have my sympathy.That's good you write her, I know her Spirit sees it. My sister is four yrs older than me and she was diagnosed with R.A. Life is too short, I wish I realized this when I was younger.
I wish everyone peace as they are dealing with their grief. I lost my younger sister Lisa to neuroendocrine cancer on November 7, 2013. The anniversary is coming up soon and I dread that day. She was my best friend and we were to grow old together. I still write to her everyday to let her know what is going on in our lives. I too believe we will be together again.
To Melinda Candace Guinn, I feel your pain. This is only the second year. I lost my brother to lung cancer in 2008 in October. I still feel the pain, vividly at times. Especially this time of the year and his birthday is in December. You will always feel as if you are going through the first stages of grief at times. I am so sorry you lost your daughter shortly after your brother. It makes your grieving different because you lost them so close together. I am with you when you say we will be together soon.
Today marks the second year since my brother Doug has passed. He was only 54 yrs old. He and his wife have a daughter in college. She's going to be a doctor. I have three small pics right here on my desk, then an 8 X10 right here so I can look up at him easily. I replay his voice in my head.I have a pic on the wall with him holding his Les Paul bass. His daughter told me Doug's playing with John Lennon up in Heaven. I know he is! My daughter Candace, who passed less than two months after she turned 30, on 4/09/10, is rockin' with him! I miss them both SO VERY much!!! My Dougie passed from PHT. We WILL be reunited!
Dear Jamie Anne:
I too lost my brother, but to cancer. Your sense of loss must be overwhelming. I can't begin to imagine what you are going through, but, all I would say is . . . be kind to yourself. it was his choice & not your's
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