My friend Rene – who lost a son, daughter-in-Law, and four grandkids in a plane crash – posted this article on Facebook. I don’t know the author, but she is spot on.
Please take time to read the whole article. It’s worth it.
After a long 24 hour bedside vigil, I was finally able to come home, change my clothes and shower. But it’s not over. I’ll go back to her bedside shortly, and breathe in her precious smell until she smells like heaven.
I know how this goes. My youngest sister will be the fourth beloved, precious family member we will lose in just over a year.
Oh, Lord, I just don’t understand. What is going on here???
Last year, on Christmas morning no less, we first learned Heidi had a brain tumor. Later that same week we were informed it was glioblastoma – the fastest growing, most deadly and ruthless form of brain cancer with an average prognosis of 12 – 14 months. Here we are, in month 13 and she is days (maybe hours?) away from dying. Heidi is anything but average, but in death, her numbers will align fairly…
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