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  1. Thank you... each one of you... your words touch my heart and soul. Just knowing you all are here for me gives me some peace as well. God is good. and mom would add, All the time! Prayers for us all, Christy
  2. Thank you Katie and Kasey!! missed you both! I just posted my update in 'grieving'. I'll try to find a pic soon kasey!
  3. I'm sorry it's taken me so long to come back here to this great place. It's just hard. I still don't even know where to start!! The beginning of the end i guess. We had hospice coming out. She was still walking around but so weak, not eating much. She was on 02 the last six weeks also. That was really hard for her, she sunk into a deep depression, and the anxiety level was at it's highest. She started to stay in bed more. We started to see her withdraw from us, but we didn't realize it at the time. My sister and I were greiving our mom before she ever died! Those hugs and kisses and s
  4. Hi everyone! It's been over a year now since my beautiful momma passed away and I just havent had it in me to come back, til now. I promised to share her end days story and I'll do that shortly. It's an amazing one. There are so many new members.. sad, but good they found us! I hope to be coming back more often and get updated! love to you all, christy
  5. She fought long and hard. Someday, I will share the whole beautiful story of her last few days. Here is the obit for now. Please keep us n your prayers, we need them so much. I dont know how to go on without her. I've been cheated out of 20 years! My heart is broken. http://www.legacy.com/MuskogeePhoenix/O ... =116761278
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    my mom..

    Thank you all. I've done some reading, looks like brain mets CAN cause nausea. So WHY we just cking this after a year n a half?
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    hoarse voice

    My mom started having this a cpl years ago. She has a paralyzed vocal chord, from all the treatments I guess.
  8. My mom's an 8 year survivor, technically diagnosed at IIIb, but a IV for a few years now. THERE IS HOPE. C.
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    my mom..

    My mom has been battling debilitating nausea for a hear and a half. She finally had her gallbladder removed several weeks ago. She did better for a few weeks, but it's back.. Now what?? She's got every antinauseau known to man. They now want a brain MRI. Could brain mets have anything to do with nausea?? Her cancer has been contained to her lung and lymph nodes for this last 8 years, we've been blessed. I'm just scared. She's lost thirty lbs over last year n a half, bout 98 lbs now.. God help us all. Thank you, Christy
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    My uncle..

    I just can't thank you all enough. Your words are so comforting, at a time like this, not much is, and you've made me feel a little peace. It's still so unreal. We've been to his house, doing things that need to be done.. so weird.. Where's Robert?? He should be sitting in that chair!! My daddy is dealing best he can, I know he cries when he gets down time, who wouldn't.. We'll be ok, life goes on.. I'm not sure how it does, but I know it does.. He had a beautiful service on Monday with the Air Force Honor Guard. He had many medals and awards. I think TAPS is the saddest song on earth
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    My uncle..

    My uncle chose to end his lc battle, which was drawing very near the end, himself today. I came here to vent a bit. I loved him, did all he would let me do for him, as did my parents and his sister that lived near by. He was retired air force, never married or had kids. He was a very different man, while very thoughtful in some ways, very hard in others. His opinion was the right one. Up until the end he still griped at my dad if he got Bounty paper towels instead of Brawny, or whatever.. Why be so hard and cold, especially to the ones who are trying their best to take care of you. H
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    cindi o'h

    She will be missed.. Prayers for the family.. Christy
  13. My mom has gone to the one here in Oklahoma since she was diagnosed EIGHT years ago. They may not have the 'miracle drug', but they sure do CARE and treat people with a lot more dignity and respect than any other place we've been. God is ultimately our healer, but they're a wonderful place to get treatment. God bless, Christy
  14. All I know is I'm right there with ya.
  15. I'm so glad you called hopsice and that your dad is happy with this decision, as it is a very hard one to make. I'm an aide with hospice, I absolutely love my job, as hard is it, it's so rewarding. I'm sure your dad's nurse told you today all hopsice can offer you. It can be such a blessing! The nurses are wonderful, saveing you trips to the doctor, and even supplying certaing meds. As an aide, I get to really share a special time with my poeple, loving them til the end, it's an honor. If you have any questions, feel free ask. Love n prayers, Christy
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