MA's husband passed away last Friday, March 16th 2018, he was 63. Same age as my parents. I've been working with MA for 11 years. She's had medical issues that she's fought through. She had to go through the loss of 3 dogs in 18 months in horrible-tragic ways. Then her husband who built decks for a living had a sore back. A sore fckn back! And then they find out it's cancer and 'oh sorry we can't do anything' that spread from part A to B to C to D... Then he died. Sometime mid January they were told he had 3 weeks to 3 months to live.
We will be Celebrating his life April 7th. They wanted to do it this weekend but the Legion was booked and n
However long or short it is for you and yours. Don't put off for tomorrow what you should / could do today because you just never know what tomorrow could bring or if it will come at all.
Quite honestly I can't tell if this migraine I have is just a migraine or me losing control of my: 'I'll just put this 'event' on the shelf to deal with later' action falling apart as suddenly too much is happening at the same time and I just can't deal with it all. At first I thought I'd focus on the first thing, then deal with the next thing, but then a friend died last week, and suddenly it was like: 'what do you mean she died? How? What happened?'
At work MA's husband had had a sore back. He builds decks for a living, so they didn't think much about it. When they decided to go get it checked out, after it became too painful for him to sit for more then 2 hrs they found what everyone prays/hopes will never happen to them, a cancerous tumor. On his Esophagus, a mass so big it reached from the front to the back of his body. They had also found 'masses' on is lung, stomach, and a few other places. After more tests they found out it had spread to his Spine. So last week they gave me 3 weeks to 3 months.
He's at home with a morphine drip. He's not eating anything. He's so skinny. And there'