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    I’m so sorry to hear your sad news, Mimi. You are in my thoughts.

    My very best wishes to you & your family.



    I am sorry to hear the sad news Mimi. My thoughts and prayers are with you.



    Dear Mimi….I am so sorry to hear the news. May your heart begin to heal….one day at a time.


    Dear Mimi,
    I am sorry for your loss of an extrordinary grandma. The time you had together was very special. We are here if you need us.



    Dear Mimi,

    I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are also with you. Take comfort in the time you were able to share with her and know that she will always be in your heart and memories and also those memories that you share with your children.

    Love & Hugs,


    Dear Mimi,

    I am sorry to hear of your Grandmothers passing. Please accept my condolonces. I am glad to hear that you were able to spend time together during these last months and I know how much that means to you. Please try and think about all the happy times that you shared together and of all the good memories that you have of your grandmother.

    My thoughts are with you and your family right now.



    Dear Mimi, we are so sorry that your special Grandma has passed. Grandma’s really are the most exceptional people, giving so much love and not asking for anything at all in return. Our thoughts and prayers are floating your way.


    My thoughts and prayers are with you.



    My thoughts and prayers are with you. So sorry to hear of your Grandmothers passing. Hold her memory close to your heart. I’m so glad that you were able to spend time with her and have wonderful memories of your extraordinary grandmother.

    Go with God…



    My beloved grandmother passed away on April 4, two and a half months after being diagnosed with CC. After her diagnosis, and a stent procedure, she seemed almost like her pre-diagnosis self. At least both of us at times had that feeling, although she was in hospice care, with 24 hour caregivers and a walker. But I am glad that she had that feeling for a while and that she was able to cook which she loved so much and enjoy life before her decline about 2-3 weeks before she passed.

    I miss her so much. I am very thankful that I was able to celebrate her 87th birthday with her and that I was with her when she passed away. I do find myself now wishing that CC had not come into our lives and that our plan to move her to the same town as me so that she could enjoy her great-grandchildren more would have come to fruition. But that was not meant to be. So I find peace instead in the fact that we were able to spend the last months of her life talking about our lives together and that I was able to help in making her passing as comfortable as possible.

    I have not posted here since Nan’s initial diagnosis but knowing that this community is here has been a comfort to me. I will do what I can to continue to create awareness of CC. Thanks to all who have helped me on this continuing journey. I know that what I need is time to heal and to share my memories of my extraordinary grandmother with my children.

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