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Comment from: Landie [Visitor] Email
What a blessing that you were able to be there with your mom in her last days, even though it was tough. My condolences on her passing.

One thing I found that helped me when I was out of town was to have a bunch of CLIFF bars. They are pretty much compliant with Type O (and the perfect alternative to bagels and pastries that were at my meeting). I also brought little cartons of apple juice with me, so I could avoid the corn syrup. Okay, maybe not the healthiest route to go, but it sure helped me to not gain a single pound when I was away from home for a week! :)
02/17/11 @ 06:40
Comment from: John Flynn [Visitor]
You are very lucky to have had the special time with your Mum, I'm sure your mum was really pleased too. x
02/17/11 @ 08:31
Comment from: Peppermint Twist [Visitor]
I'm sorry for your loss, Connie. From everything I've ever heard, Hospice is wonderful, and such an important service for people. I'm glad they made the whole process one that was healthy, respectful, healing and peaceful for all involved. Still, grieving is grieving, and the only way through it, is through it. Hang in there and be good to yourself. (((HUG)))
02/17/11 @ 09:03
Comment from: Lola [Visitor]
you have my sympathies on your loss. Blessings to you and your family, and may your mother rest in peace and joy.
02/17/11 @ 10:56
Comment from: Ruth [Visitor]
I'm so sorry for your loss.
02/17/11 @ 13:43
Comment from: Angela [Visitor]
Condolences on your loss. What an interesting commentary on how different you see the world than you used to. How wonderful that you know and recognize many ways you can care for yourself even in a difficult time. Blessings to you and your family.
02/19/11 @ 16:42
Comment from: admin [Member]
My deepest sympathies.

Peter D'Adamo.
02/20/11 @ 11:05
Comment from: Connie [Visitor]
Thanks so much for your wonderful comments.

Connie
02/26/11 @ 12:07

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