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Inactive Digital 30-09-2020 14:30

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I'm really sorry to hear of your loss Homer. Take care.

Grimpy 30-09-2020 14:31

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Sorry to hear this, RIP.

GrimUpNorth 30-09-2020 14:43

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Sorry to hear the sad news, it's been a pretty crap six months for you. As others have said it does get easier but remember it's OK to not be OK and there are people out there (and here) who are there to help if you need it. All have to do is ask.

Julian 30-09-2020 15:25

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So sorry to hear this Homer.

Sincere condolences to you and your family.

Mad Max 30-09-2020 16:19

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Oh man, what a shame, really sorry for your loss, Homer, may she rest in peace.

Paul 30-09-2020 16:35

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Sad news. RIP :(

Hom3r 30-09-2020 17:46

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Thank you for your words.

I've just been told that Cause of Death was "sepsis & aspiration pneumonia".

She didn't appear to be suffering, and she just stopped breathing

Taf 30-09-2020 19:58

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So sad to hear this.

Jimmy-J 30-09-2020 20:32

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Sorry for your loss Hom3r. Take care of yourself.

OLD BOY 30-09-2020 20:55

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So sad to hear your news, Hom3r. We are all thinking of you, as you can see. ^^^

RichardCoulter 01-10-2020 00:34

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Originally Posted by Hom3r (Post 36052160)
Thank you for your words.

I've just been told that Cause of Death was "sepsis & aspiration pneumonia".

She didn't appear to be suffering, and she just stopped breathing

I've had pneumonia, but i'm not sure what aspiration pneumonia is though. I can't help but wonder if Covid has anything to do with this (they're now talking about people who have 'long form covid'), if not it certainty won't have helped her lungs.

It's good that she didn't appear to be suffering and I too will say a prayer for your mum to ask that she passes on to the next stage without fear or confusion. God bless you & your family Hom3r.

alanbjames 01-10-2020 04:44

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So sorry for your loss mate :-(

Dude111 01-10-2020 08:03

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Originally Posted by Hom3r

Then at 1:54 am I got call to say she had stopped responding to treatment and we should get there, my dad couldn't face it so I went with my sister, and stayed with her.

She died at 3:15 am.

I am so sorry for your loss :(

Kursk 01-10-2020 11:06

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I am so sorry to hear your sad news. Remember your mum in her good times. The pride she has in her family and the unselfishness of being a good mother. We learn from our parents all our lives, even as they leave us.

God bless you and your family. Stay strong and healthy in honour of your mum and for all those around you.

Hom3r 01-10-2020 21:27

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My dad if finding to much to handle, so my sister and I will do as much as we can and involving our dad as needed.

We will possible sort out a plot on our own and if possible near roses as that is her middle name. Also the possibility a Rosewood coffin, depending on cost as she would what to spend silly money.

I have good moment and bad, I start to talk about thinks and start to quiver.


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