Actually I think it was reading that amazing fanfic CatBroflovski wrote... "His Hat". So sad, yet so awesome.
P.S. You want disturbing Poe? Read "The Black Cat" or "A Tell Tale Heart". Eh... Don't make me think about those at 2:00 AM.
Siggy 100% Paint, 'cause Photoshop pisses me off.
When I saw him he looked like we was getting better, but when I walked out of the room all of these emotions just hit me and I started crying.
I'm getting all teary eyed just thinking about it.
AngusMcTavish wrote:AngusMcTavish wrote:When I found out a friend of mine was diagnosed with breast cancer three years ago, I sent her an e-mail before she left to get it treated. I remember tearing up a bit when sending it.
She's doing okay now. She just had her liver worked on and is feeling great. In fact, she's looking forward to seeing me soon.
I better end it right there before I go all gooey again...
I wrote this all up on the first page. I did get to see her again soon after posting, but these last couple of weeks have not been good for her. She was released from the hospital just recently, but they can do nothing more to help. It's all a matter of time now.
I e-mailed her not too long ago and hope to hear from her soon. And while she would want me to be strong for her, it sure as hell hasn't been easy.
She is not part of this group, but if you all could find it in yourselves, and if you are the praying kind, please put in word for the "Little Trooper." You may not know her, but she'll need all the support she can get right now.
Sad news, folks. Early Sunday morning, the aforementioned "Little Trooper" passed away. She had battled breast and liver cancer for the last three years.
Although I am grieving as I write this, I know she would want me to stay strong and know that she no longer has to suffer.
In fact, she did not want a funeral service. Instead, she wanted a celebration of her life. There are plans underway for a special service where she worked. I shall be there, whenever that may be.
RIP, Diane, O Little Trooper. You are free from worry now.
"I carry your flame.
All through my life, I'm a believer.
Peace, deep in our hearts,
All things must pass,
But we'll be together again."
--"Flame," by Alphaville, 1997
I cried last night. To the point where I could barely walk and I was shaking. I really have some things I need to learn to deal with. It's tough though.
And, Nikki, I know I've said this plenty of times, but... If you ever want anyone to talk to, I'll be here, as well as all of your other friends at the BBS.
I haven't cried for a while now, to be honest. I can't even remember the last time that I cried....
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