Feb 27, 2013
I was going to write about how I think I did okay at my Dragon's Den audition,
but I'm not going to be holding my breath for a phone call.
Then I was going to write about how this weather is really starting to make me crazy . . .
But since I will be off to Florida in a couple days, I was going to write about how I have to suck it up.
And then I got a phone call.
Thee phone call.
Anna passed away.
And everything else seems frivolous.
I will be missing the visitation and the funeral, and I feel ill about it.
But I will be there for them every day after.
If those 3 beautiful children need anything that I could possibly provide, I'll be there.
And that's all I have to say about that.
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I am so sorry.ReplyDelete
Love and hugs to her family. And to you of course.
I'm very sorry to hear.. Sending many prayers your way.ReplyDelete
I'm so sorry.ReplyDelete
I'm so sorry. The family won't remember the service, but they will appreciate you being there in the ever after.ReplyDelete
It's lovely here in Florida. Hope the sunshine can warm your heart a bit.
So sorry Lady E - it's true that they really won't be thinking of the things you can't do for them right now - it's the things you do long term that really matter.ReplyDelete
I'm so sorry. I hope you have a chance to say goodbye to Anna in your own way, since you can't make the funeral.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your well wishes. xReplyDelete
Cancer really does put all things into perspective, doesn't it? Fucking cancer. Hugs.ReplyDelete
Oh hun, I am so sorry for your loss.ReplyDelete
I am so so so sorry for your loss and their loss. My heart goes out to you.ReplyDelete
I lost a friend to cancer recently also. I know what you're going through. Sending lots of love and hugs to u my sweetie.ReplyDelete
I'm very sorry to hear that. Prayers ascending.ReplyDelete
I am so sorry for your loss. Cancer sucks mightily. My son was diagnosed with ALL when he was almost four. We thank our lucky stars that now, just shy of seven, he is cancer free and looking at the his last chemo in April. We all need to kick Cancer's ass.ReplyDelete
As someone who's lost a few (aka way too many) to cancer, and as the husband to a woman who's survived it, I'm sorry to hear this as well. Well wishes sent your way.ReplyDelete