I know it has been long overdue for me to move on. But I will sooooo miss the many of you I've befriended over the years. I guess I will just have to wonder about you all......
Marie, I agree it is a shock to see the new format, and I felt like posting and complaining hours ago, but leaving never entered my head. ( Oh I know you're posting this message to others.. just hope they don't all feel the same way.)
On second thought, I may have to leave- the spell ck is MIA
M dear, I just spent an hour on the phone with Rox telling her good bye. We talked about you too and how I know you are what you are - she confirmed.
We are doing NYC and need to get the beautuful N You one in hei the mix,
Going??? What????? No more cougar stories would be just plain wrong.
If you do go, thanks for letting us get a glimpse of you. Your posts bring smiles to a sometimes bleak place. Take care and hopefully we all can keep in touch.
Oh Marie, you have been such a wealth of help for those who are going through what you went through, and that will be missed for future caregivers. Please do come by the odd time, to see if you can help out where it is needed. I felt honoured 'meeting you' your great gift of endurance and sheer determination and laughter will always be with me, when I see the struggles of others who are facing what you did.
Just Keep on Hanging In
Please don't go...I was hoping for a buddy to whine with about pain and annoying things that go on when one is trying to remain healthy by working out. Don't leave us all here lonely and stuff. Take good care, K.
And remember, no matter where you go, there you are. Confucius
Ah Marie, your not going anywhere, I don't believe you. You are just like the rest of us, you can't escape this place, I'm not writing your eulogy yet.
Could be a good thing though, get rid of all of the anon crap you have been pulling.......
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