Well, there's a picture of my baby, Kitty. She was just 44 when she passed away and we were best friends. This picture was taken just about one year before she was diagnosed with AML (leukemia) on December 23, 1999. Christmas was her favorite time of the year when we could all be together. She adored her three older brothers and they adored her. She died January 21, 2007. I still miss her every second of every day.
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sometimes I think that this site is bringing me down reading everyone's pain, but then on the otherhand I
feel more at peace, because we all feel the same. No one else really understands. We can pretend for everyone else if we choose, but only we know the real
pain and loneliness. I so sorry that you lost your daughter. Last week when I was running errands I somehow made a complete circle of the path we made with Rich when he was admitted to the hospital.I was kind of daydreaming while driving and ended up at the hospice he died at. I drove past that and continued to get lost again. That night I had to take my husband to the same hospital ER. It just brought back so many feelings I didn't think would bother me anymore. I'm still confused that I made that full circle and why it happened that way.
It's been 25 months, I can't cry anymore, but this last week I feel more alone than ever. I know if Rich had lived, his life would have been most unbearable for him, with pain, and also losing his cousin he was so close to, and his grandmother. All within 10 months after his death. Rich would not be walking or be able to take care of himself anymore. I know God saw that and knew it was time to give Rich his peace in heaven. Thats the only comfort I really get from all of this. Lets keep in touch. Right now my mind is not very clear. So Love and Hugs to you. Janie
I just started re-reading some of these sites. They really are a blessing. You sound very lonely. I suppose that each of us is lonely in our own way. We've all lost our child, our lives will never be the same. I lost my son, Rich, age 32, on Jan 9 2008. He was in the hospital for one week, and hospice for 7 days . His liver was shutting down, along with the other organs. If you would like to write more we could e-mail. I hope to hear from you and please take care. God does hear our prayers, and so do our
angels. Hugs, Janie
Where did you live before you moved to be closer to your Daughter? That is really hard, especially being some place you dont want to be.
Hugs to you