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Tuesday, May 4, 2010

In Indiana

We made it to Indiana. It was a rough trip thanks to the weather in TN. We ended up having to spend a night in AL and another in Nashville because as soon as we got half way through Nashville they closed all the major highways and lesser highways and we couldn't get through. So we spent the night. We arrived yesterday. DH's aunt is still hanging in. We went to visit this evening and it was so very sad. It reminded me a great deal of when my oldest brother passed away. He was comatose for over 2 weeks before he passed, with everyone sitting around him in the room. We had been told that she would not make it through the night, but she has. From everything I have heard she is a very strong person. I wish I had been able to get to know her.

Mylene, thank you for your condolences, I appreciate them.

I should be home on Sunday.


  1. Whoever will die is never easy to let go.

  2. Yes, it is a fact that every living thing will eventually die. Death is a natural and normal part of life. But it is still very hard to watch a loved one suffer and to have such suffering so blithely blown off.


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