Re: quality of life
From: toni welsh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wed Mar 8 05:53:23 2000
At Tue, 7 Mar 2000, Kb1707tiamet@aol.com wrote:
>Toni: NEVER feel that "your messages are too long". Sometimes, it's better
>to say it than to just think it. That's a tragic story to tell & I can just
>imagine writing it out made you re-live it all over again. Your have my
>condolences & my prayers. But, please. don't give up.
>It's hard, but when you come to terms w/your pain & problems, you start to
>see them in a different light. Instead of being overwhelmed, look at it as a
>challenge. A challenge to live & have partial quality of life. That's what
>I'm trying to do, I don't know what else to do!
>If you don't mind my asking, how old was your mother when this happened?
>Blessed Be, Toni. Karla B.
My mother was only 60 years old, too young to die, whenshe was on the
ventilator, the second day, she blew me a kiss off the ventalator, and I
will NEVER forget that kiss. It hurt even more because she could not
talk to me. I cannot believe that happened to her!
Now my father in law is getting worse, that is why I have no time here,
I will be here more soon! We have this computer set up on a dresser, I
have no room for a desk. It is uncomfortable to type the way this is
Thank you so much for caring,