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triskele

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Location: The Dragons' Roost


Posted: Jun 8, 2019 - 10:12am

 Antigone wrote:
From Andrea's sister:

Andrea passed yesterday,
 
{#Hug}
SeriousLee

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Location: Dans l'milieu d'deux milles livres


Posted: Jun 8, 2019 - 9:30am



 Antigone wrote:
From Andrea's sister:

Andrea passed yesterday, while I was holding her hand and reading to
her from one of our favorite childhood books, “Mary Poppins”, as she had
requested. The hospice doctor told me that she had only seen one other
person be as lucid to so near the end as Andrea was – though, in my
family, we are 3 for 3 in that now. (Both our parents were the same.)
She wondered aloud to L & me if there was such a thing as an “end of life massage”
and so we made that happen. (Stay tuned for our trip to New Zealand, as Andrea requested,
which we will also make happen)
The lady who came was a help to us all. Early in the day, Andrea, had
been fretting to me that she was “putting too much onto L and J” –
typically thinking of others rather than herself. Later in the day, a
harp player came to play. Andrea enjoyed it, but when I started to sing
along with “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” she hit me in the face with her
spiral pillow. Several students spontaneously showed up as they were
"too upset" to stay away; one had dreamt about her the night before. An
old college friend drove 100 miles just to recite 3 short poems to her.
And she got to see, we think, the mock-up of the cover of her
soon-to-be-published novel, High Tide.
One of the last things she said was, “I know I’m going soon, and it’s okay.”
Personally, I will miss her entirely too much as long as I live.
But, as our father would often say, while raising a hand as if he were leading a
charge in the Boer War, "Forward!"

The celebration of her life, with music & poetry, will be at 10:30  on June 22nd.
All friends (of which we have discovered there are so very many) are
welcome. She asked people to bring a photo of her in happy times and
there will also be a time for anyone who wants to say something short
and sweet about her. ("Short and sweet?" said her long-time friend, Adam.
"So, a self-portrait, then?")

 


oldviolin

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Location: esse quam videri
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 8, 2019 - 7:46am



 Antigone wrote:

The celebration of her life, with music & poetry, will be at 10:30  on June 22nd.
All friends (of which we have discovered there are so very many) are
welcome. She asked people to bring a photo of her in happy times and
there will also be a time for anyone who wants to say something short
and sweet about her. ("Short and sweet?" said her long-time friend, Adam.
"So, a self-portrait, then?")

 




Red_Dragon

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Posted: Jun 8, 2019 - 7:11am

 Antigone wrote:
From Andrea's sister:

Andrea passed yesterday, while I was holding her hand and reading to
her from one of our favorite childhood books, “Mary Poppins”, as she had
requested. The hospice doctor told me that she had only seen one other
person be as lucid to so near the end as Andrea was – though, in my
family, we are 3 for 3 in that now. (Both our parents were the same.)
She wondered aloud to L & me if there was such a thing as an “end of life massage”
and so we made that happen. (Stay tuned for our trip to New Zealand, as Andrea requested,
which we will also make happen)
The lady who came was a help to us all. Early in the day, Andrea, had
been fretting to me that she was “putting too much onto L and J” –
typically thinking of others rather than herself. Later in the day, a
harp player came to play. Andrea enjoyed it, but when I started to sing
along with “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” she hit me in the face with her
spiral pillow. Several students spontaneously showed up as they were
"too upset" to stay away; one had dreamt about her the night before. An
old college friend drove 100 miles just to recite 3 short poems to her.
And she got to see, we think, the mock-up of the cover of her
soon-to-be-published novel, High Tide.
One of the last things she said was, “I know I’m going soon, and it’s okay.”
Personally, I will miss her entirely too much as long as I live.
But, as our father would often say, while raising a hand as if he were leading a
charge in the Boer War, "Forward!"

The celebration of her life, with music & poetry, will be at 10:30  on June 22nd.
All friends (of which we have discovered there are so very many) are
welcome. She asked people to bring a photo of her in happy times and
there will also be a time for anyone who wants to say something short
and sweet about her. ("Short and sweet?" said her long-time friend, Adam.
"So, a self-portrait, then?")
 
{#Meditate} {#Hug}
Coaxial

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Location: 543 miles west of Paradis,1491 miles eas
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 8, 2019 - 6:02am

 Antigone wrote:
From Andrea's sister:

Andrea passed yesterday, while I was holding her hand and reading to
her from one of our favorite childhood books, “Mary Poppins”, as she had
requested. The hospice doctor told me that she had only seen one other
person be as lucid to so near the end as Andrea was – though, in my
family, we are 3 for 3 in that now. (Both our parents were the same.)
She wondered aloud to L & me if there was such a thing as an “end of life massage”
and so we made that happen. (Stay tuned for our trip to New Zealand, as Andrea requested,
which we will also make happen)
The lady who came was a help to us all. Early in the day, Andrea, had
been fretting to me that she was “putting too much onto L and J” –
typically thinking of others rather than herself. Later in the day, a
harp player came to play. Andrea enjoyed it, but when I started to sing
along with “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” she hit me in the face with her
spiral pillow. Several students spontaneously showed up as they were
"too upset" to stay away; one had dreamt about her the night before. An
old college friend drove 100 miles just to recite 3 short poems to her.
And she got to see, we think, the mock-up of the cover of her
soon-to-be-published novel, High Tide.
One of the last things she said was, “I know I’m going soon, and it’s okay.”
Personally, I will miss her entirely too much as long as I live.
But, as our father would often say, while raising a hand as if he were leading a
charge in the Boer War, "Forward!"

The celebration of her life, with music & poetry, will be at 10:30  on June 22nd.
All friends (of which we have discovered there are so very many) are
welcome. She asked people to bring a photo of her in happy times and
there will also be a time for anyone who wants to say something short
and sweet about her. ("Short and sweet?" said her long-time friend, Adam.
"So, a self-portrait, then?")
 
My condolences, E.{#Hug}
Antigone

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Location: A house, in a Virginian Valley
Gender: Female


Posted: Jun 8, 2019 - 5:51am

From Andrea's sister:

Andrea passed yesterday, while I was holding her hand and reading to
her from one of our favorite childhood books, “Mary Poppins”, as she had
requested. The hospice doctor told me that she had only seen one other
person be as lucid to so near the end as Andrea was – though, in my
family, we are 3 for 3 in that now. (Both our parents were the same.)
She wondered aloud to L & me if there was such a thing as an “end of life massage”
and so we made that happen. (Stay tuned for our trip to New Zealand, as Andrea requested,
which we will also make happen)
The lady who came was a help to us all. Early in the day, Andrea, had
been fretting to me that she was “putting too much onto L and J” –
typically thinking of others rather than herself. Later in the day, a
harp player came to play. Andrea enjoyed it, but when I started to sing
along with “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” she hit me in the face with her
spiral pillow. Several students spontaneously showed up as they were
"too upset" to stay away; one had dreamt about her the night before. An
old college friend drove 100 miles just to recite 3 short poems to her.
And she got to see, we think, the mock-up of the cover of her
soon-to-be-published novel, High Tide.
One of the last things she said was, “I know I’m going soon, and it’s okay.”
Personally, I will miss her entirely too much as long as I live.
But, as our father would often say, while raising a hand as if he were leading a
charge in the Boer War, "Forward!"

The celebration of her life, with music & poetry, will be at 10:30  on June 22nd.
All friends (of which we have discovered there are so very many) are
welcome. She asked people to bring a photo of her in happy times and
there will also be a time for anyone who wants to say something short
and sweet about her. ("Short and sweet?" said her long-time friend, Adam.
"So, a self-portrait, then?")

kurtster

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Location: drifting
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 7, 2019 - 7:50pm

 Antigone wrote:

It seems like the ends is near for A. Perhaps today. 

 
{#Meditate}
SeriousLee

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Location: Dans l'milieu d'deux milles livres


Posted: Jun 7, 2019 - 9:39am

 Antigone wrote:

It seems like the ends is near for A. Perhaps today. 

 
Sorry to hear, {#Meditate}
oldviolin

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Location: esse quam videri
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 7, 2019 - 8:44am



 Antigone wrote:

It seems like the ends is near for A. Perhaps today. 
 



Antigone

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Location: A house, in a Virginian Valley
Gender: Female


Posted: Jun 7, 2019 - 8:32am

 Antigone wrote:
My best friend from high school (not to be confused with my Former Best Friend) is dying. Cancer. She's a brilliant woman. Funny. Talented. Generous. A teacher in the truest sense. She and I had a falling out, and for years were out of contact. The beauty that can be Facebook put us back in touch. I'm so grateful. Her younger sister is with her, and she is in hospice now. I worry about the sister, as they have lost in rapid succession their beloved father and then their equally beloved mother. This has got to be hell for her, to now watch her older sister fade away. Please keep A and J in your thoughts. And A's son, L too. 

 
It seems like the ends is near for A. Perhaps today. 
Antigone

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Location: A house, in a Virginian Valley
Gender: Female


Posted: May 16, 2019 - 3:17pm



 PoundPuppy wrote:
Tomorrow I check in to the hospital at 9am for an angiogram/plasty. From what I've read online it's a pretty simple procedure. Still it kind of freaks me out a little to think they are going to run a cath from my leg up thru my arteries to my heart to look for defects and or blockages. If any issues are found they can fix it right then and there. I've had uncontrolled high blood pressure for many years now. Hopefully this will fix it.
Also, thank you all for your messages and condolences on my brother's passing last week. 
 


kurtster

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Location: drifting
Gender: Male


Posted: May 16, 2019 - 12:58pm

 PoundPuppy wrote:
Tomorrow I check in to the hospital at 9am for an angiogram/plasty. From what I've read online it's a pretty simple procedure. Still it kind of freaks me out a little to think they are going to run a cath from my leg up thru my arteries to my heart to look for defects and or blockages. If any issues are found they can fix it right then and there. I've had uncontrolled high blood pressure for many years now. Hopefully this will fix it.
Also, thank you all for your messages and condolences on my brother's passing last week. 

 
{#Hug}
miamizsun

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Location: (3261.3 Miles SE of RP)
Gender: Male


Posted: May 16, 2019 - 10:39am

 PoundPuppy wrote:
Tomorrow I check in to the hospital at 9am for an angiogram/plasty. From what I've read online it's a pretty simple procedure. Still it kind of freaks me out a little to think they are going to run a cath from my leg up thru my arteries to my heart to look for defects and or blockages. If any issues are found they can fix it right then and there. I've had uncontrolled high blood pressure for many years now. Hopefully this will fix it.
Also, thank you all for your messages and condolences on my brother's passing last week. 

 

{#Hug}
oldviolin

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Location: esse quam videri
Gender: Male


Posted: May 16, 2019 - 10:37am



 PoundPuppy wrote:
Tomorrow I check in to the hospital at 9am for an angiogram/plasty. From what I've read online it's a pretty simple procedure. Still it kind of freaks me out a little to think they are going to run a cath from my leg up thru my arteries to my heart to look for defects and or blockages. If any issues are found they can fix it right then and there. I've had uncontrolled high blood pressure for many years now. Hopefully this will fix it.
Also, thank you all for your messages and condolences on my brother's passing last week. 


 



black321

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Location: A sunset in the desert
Gender: Male


Posted: May 16, 2019 - 10:08am


ScottFromWyoming

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Location: Powell
Gender: Male


Posted: May 16, 2019 - 9:57am



 PoundPuppy wrote:
Tomorrow I check in to the hospital at 9am for an angiogram/plasty. From what I've read online it's a pretty simple procedure. Still it kind of freaks me out a little to think they are going to run a cath from my leg up thru my arteries to my heart to look for defects and or blockages. If any issues are found they can fix it right then and there. I've had uncontrolled high blood pressure for many years now. Hopefully this will fix it.
Also, thank you all for your messages and condolences on my brother's passing last week. 
 


PoundPuppy

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Gender: Female


Posted: May 16, 2019 - 9:45am

Tomorrow I check in to the hospital at 9am for an angiogram/plasty. From what I've read online it's a pretty simple procedure. Still it kind of freaks me out a little to think they are going to run a cath from my leg up thru my arteries to my heart to look for defects and or blockages. If any issues are found they can fix it right then and there. I've had uncontrolled high blood pressure for many years now. Hopefully this will fix it.
Also, thank you all for your messages and condolences on my brother's passing last week. 
ditty

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Location: centex
Gender: Female


Posted: May 11, 2019 - 7:53am



 PoundPuppy wrote:

My brother died in his sleep last night
 
my heart hurts for you.  Your Aunt Frankie called my number this morning and left a voicemail for you.  PM me if you need her number.

Red_Dragon

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Posted: May 11, 2019 - 7:03am

 PoundPuppy wrote:

My brother died in his sleep last night

 
{#Meditate}

Sincere condolences.
kurtster

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Location: drifting
Gender: Male


Posted: May 10, 2019 - 9:33pm

 PoundPuppy wrote:

My brother died in his sleep last night

 
My condolences.  {#Meditate}
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