I’m very sad for you. And I can feel the anger that you have. I have the same anger. My sister was taken after only ten months…She was also 42. Her kids were 15 and 13. 16 months later I have the same anger. It’s not getting any easier. My sister and I were not twins…we were 18 months apart. But she was my very best friend and I am lost without her.
I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your sister. It resonates with me that she was young because I am only 32 myself and have a 3 year old daughter and a 7 month old son. I understand your frustration as I am considered terminal as well.
You and your family will be in my prayers that you will feel God’s hand lifting you up in this desperate time.
To all of you: my identical twin sister, Kathy was diagnosed with CC in July 09. She put up a long hard fight at the age of 42–but is now in heaven. This has been such a hard time for all of us. This disease is horrible and I just dont understand: why some people survive and others go so quickly. Kathy had the whipple surgery done last August and the doctors stated that they got everything. Then two months later she started running a fever and had to go into the hospital. They then found that she had CC mets to the liver. It was a horrible blow and the chemo really did nothing but kill her. I wish I could be more positive- but she leaves behind two young children ages–8 and 10. My sister was only 42 and she looked like a 200 hundred year old woman at her funeral. This is so wrong and unfair. I am mad at God for taking her and leaving these little kids behind with no mother. I hate this fucking disease! HEATHER