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We can do better

We can do better

Hey “M” – Hey “K” We can do better for those at the end of life. We should have done better for both of you! I resolve it will be better for many others in the future – I promise! Love you both! Sis!

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I would do anything

I would do anything

Remembering my sister, Christine, who passed suddenly & not able to say goodbye. I would do anything for one last hug. I love you & miss you every day & promise to keep your memory alive. Love you.

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Arriving at her home

Arriving at her home

When my sister passed a DNR was not in place. She was terminal with breast cancer. Arriving at her home and meeting a police officer in the driveway telling me my mother had died was not a positive experience. Seeing her at the hospital with the rescuiation

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You opened your heart

You opened your heart

To a sister, You shared your fears You opened your heart You showed great sadness You trusted me with your heart I continue to be grateful for your love, I miss you always & carry you in my heart each moment.

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I almost get jealous

I almost get jealous

My dad is palliative and lives so far from me. My sister is his caregiver. She is awesome! Sometime when she tells me things about my dad … little things I almost get jealous because I am missing this opportunity an in my heart I always ask…

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December is a hard month

December is a hard month

I have lost 4 family members in less than 10 years – 2 sisters with breast to bone – both in the same month/yr. December is a hard month. 3 deaths not present for due to time & distance and one death – my Dad’s with no pain

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I miss you

I miss you

Hey Larry, I miss you. Your little sister.

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We paddled across the lake together in unison

We paddled across the lake together in unison

Caron: I miss you so much. You were my partner in life. We always laughed at the same things. We loved a glass of red wine together. We paddled across the lake in unison. I love you. Sister

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Forever and ever

Forever and ever

I love you John Forever & ever & ever Forever & ever Again Always I love you Your sister xoxoxo

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Not sure if one is harder than the other

Not sure if one is harder than the other

Who do I write about? 1) The abrupt death of my husband 20 years ago? Or, 2) What I am going through now with the slow death from dementia of my sister? Both are hard — not sure if one is harder than the other. Not sure

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