Growing up, Getting on

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  1. Jen: I wish I could do something for ya. My grandmother died suddenly last march and then in Aug I watched my other grandmothers boyfriend turn from a healthy 80 year old into… well, he ended dying within a week.
    It’s not a fun thing to experiance at all, expecially if you were at all close to the person who is headed towards that direction. Sadly, there’s not much you can do about it.

    Are they at all close enough for you to visit them. If so, that is often a good way to come to terms with it, even though it can be hard, they will most likely be coheriant enough to know that your around even if they don’t show it.

    Good luck with it babe.

  2. oh, hon… like Devon, I understand. When Nana died last year, I thought my world had ended. She practically raised me. Just spend as much time with them as you can.

    One thing I wish I’d done with Nana… is talked more about her early life. She lived SO long, through all sorts of things. What little I did talk to her about was always bloody fascinating… I wish I’d done more.

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