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    Daisy….you are the amazing one. Tons of love is heading your way.



    Thank you everyone for your kind words. I am still in shock that it took a mere 7 weeks for this illness to take my mum. I’m still dealing with tough times. The hospital sent mum a survey to fill in on her treatment with them. Obviously a clerical error but jarring none the less to receive this. I also have a sibling who is not happy that I was made executor of the estate so I am having to deal with legal dramas too. It’s all hideous but I am a strong person who will emerge from all this. I just wanted to say thank you to the kind voices of comfort and support I found in here. You are all amazing xxx


    Dear Daisy,
    I am so very sorry for the loss of your mother. Sending prayers for strength, peace and comfort.


    Dear Rebecca,

    I am so very sorry indeed to hear of the passing of your dear mum. Please accept my sincere condolences. I do wish that right now I could help ease the pain that you feel but please know that my thoughts are with you and your family. And please know as well that we are all here for you also.




    Dear Daisy, May the good Lord smile down on you and give you peace from your saddness and grief. When another CC story is told on the boards, we all live through the moments and days of the struggle together. When one of us passes, we all mourn the loss as we would a member of our own family or family of friends. But none mourn the loss as much as those, like y ou , who are the closest and are left to live with the void. My hope for you is to find meaning in your mother’s life and soon the bad memories of her illness will be replaced with good memories of your time together on this earth.

    Julie T.


    Dear Rebecca,

    I am so sorry for your loss. You have my deepest sympathy. Having gone through a very similar situation with my husband, I feel your pain. It never truly goes away, but does get better in time. Keep your mum with you forever in your heart and memories. Take care dear “Daisy”.

    Love & Hugs,


    Dear Daisy, Your Mum is at Peace now and whole again and one day you will meet again because To die is to take the last step in the road to Eternal Life. You were an awesome caregiver and while your heart is heavy at this time please know that down the road, when you are ready, all GOOD memories will replace the sad journey you have both been on. Please accept my humble condolences.

    I’m at your side each night and day,
    In your heart is where I’ll stay.
    You can feel, see or hear, I am not gone, I’m always near.
    I’m the colorful leaves when fall comes round,
    The pure white snow that blankets the ground.
    I’m the first bright blossom you’ll see in Spring.
    The first warm raindrop that April will bring.
    I’m the first ray of light when the sun starts to shine,
    And you’ll see that the face in the moon is mine.
    I’ll whisper your name through the leaves on the trees,
    And you’ll feel my presence in the soft summer breeze.
    I’m the salty tears that flow when you weep,
    And the beautiful dreams that come while you sleep.
    I’m the smile you see on a baby’s face.
    Just look for me, I’m every place!


    Dear Rebecca,

    You have my deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved mother. Seven weeks is such a short time to even come to terms with the diagnosis, but you did a wonderful job on getting your mother the best care available.

    Take care of yourself and let us know how you are,


    My dear Mum went for her forever sleep this afternoon. Daisy was the name she always called me because I reminded her of a flower. Formal diagnosis and admittance to hospital on June 17, passed just 7 weeks later.

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