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Re: Good morning

So sorry to read of your loss, Ceres. Your poor mom! That's a lot of
goodbyes in less than 2 years for your family as well. Even when death is
expected or welcomed as a release from suffering, the separation is painful.
You will all be in my prayers.

Woke this morning to an inch on the ground and still snowing hard. Mostly
melted by the time I got off work. For a wonder, no one was driving like an
idiot on my route. DH went down the hill an hour later & saw a school bus &
several cars off the road, just minor. Hope it doesn't freeze tonight or
I'll have an ice skate to work tomorrow. Off to bed early, just in case.
Judy B
----- Original Message -----
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2004 6:07 AM
Subject: [CHAT] Good morning

> Good morning all!  I have been off line since last week as I lost my
> brother (59).  He has had a life long struggle with diabetes.  After a
> combined stroke & heart attack about 6 wks ago he had been in hospital,
therapy ctr,
> full care nursing home & finally back to the hospital with the final and
> fatal stroke.  My brother from Calif & I sat with him Friday night to give
his son
> & wife a break after being with him 72 hrs.  He died at 8:30 Sat morning
> they arrived about 5 min after he took his final breathe. The funeral was
> yesterday but I have my sister & brother (both from Calif) with us till
Thurs.  My
> fragile mother has lost 2 sisters, 2 brothers, a BIL, my father & brother
> a yr & half.  He was a fighter but is at peace at last.  I'm sure you all
> regardless of how much preparation it is still tough.
>     Hope you all had a great holiday.  Humbly, we rush into the Christmas
> season & the great birthday celebration.
>         Ceres
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