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Post by lazergun on Sun Jan 18, 2009 8:41 pm

How are you hun?

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Post by Shiny on Mon Jan 19, 2009 1:51 am

She's excited because I'm going up to see her!! Laughing

At least, I hope so....

I'm excited anyway

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Post by lazergun on Mon Jan 19, 2009 2:19 pm

haha cool! give her hugs and snogs from us!

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Post by Yorkshire pudding on Thu Jan 22, 2009 12:47 am

Hello ladies

I am back online again at last. My husband is now barred from using the internet because he can't help himself.

I am very well and trying to stick to a diet, but I am just so damn hungry a lot of the day. Lisa I just luuurve your ticker - I've never met a food I don't like!

Anyho, Mrs W senior isn't doing well now. She was asked if she wanted to go into a hospice today and the MacMillan nurse in charge of her care has said that things will start to go downhill quickly now. She sleeps most of the day now, but was awake enough to say that she didn't want to go in so they are arranging for a carer to visit every day to help look after her.

It's awful seeing her suffer, but as she is sleeping most of the time now it is a bit of a blessing.

Stan's just bought a new suit for the funeral and it's kind of brought it all home for us both. His poor dad is doing so well and never complains even though he is clearly knackered (he's 78 years old) so having a carer for Jean will help him out to some degree. It's her 80th Birthday on 2nd February and I'm not sure if she will make it that long. She can barely eat or drink so she has no quality of life any more.

We just have to wait and see. And try to get on with our lives to some degree as well.

Before I forget (totally changing the subject) - Lisa well done on the weight loss you've done really well!

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Post by lazergun on Thu Jan 22, 2009 1:10 am

hug Sad Thats so sad about your MIL hun, its not an easy thing to watch. My uncle nursed his wife til she died and he was hiding from her that he had parkinsons (she had cancer) and it was sad to watch how exhausted he was and protective of her that he was Sad dunno if Im saying the right thing ....just trying to say that i understand about watching FIL.

Thanks hun BTW Im starving all the time too, most nights I use our Shinys recipe for sunflower seeds to fill myself full up lol. Im a night time snacker, with Phil working I get bored and then I wanna eat

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Post by Shiny on Fri Jan 23, 2009 4:39 pm

yay, chuffed you're back online P, we've miiiiiiiiiiiiiised you!!!!!!

Hugs for you with your MIL babe, and for Stan too, must be so hard. Sad

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