Wednesday, 6 August 2008

give me a light that I may tread safely in to the unknown


Our friend in his early forties who had the heart attack at the weekend died in the night. Please send good thoughts to his partner and family.

I am not going to moan any more about our situation - somehow it all seems very insignificant.



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  1. I'm so sorry about your friend.

    However, I have to say - your situation is YOUR situation. You are bound to worry and fret over it. I've been in your shoes, pregnant and abut to lose everything, and it isn't a minor affair. Don't belittle yourself.

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  2. I'm so sorry about your friend.

    However, I have to say - your situation is YOUR situation. You are bound to worry and fret over it. I've been in your shoes, pregnant and abut to lose everything, and it isn't a minor affair. Don't belittle yourself.

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  3. It puts it all into perspective though, doesn't it? I'm so sorry about your friend and for his family.

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  4. It puts it all into perspective though, doesn't it? I'm so sorry about your friend and for his family.

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  5. Good thoughts have been going to his family for a fair few days now. They've also been going to you and yours.

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  6. Good thoughts have been going to his family for a fair few days now. They've also been going to you and yours.

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  7. Bugger. His poor family.

    If you can draw anything out of that, even a positivity by finding you still have blessings to count, then I am certain that's a GOOD thing that honours his memory, and can only be good for your health, too. Silver linings are meant for hanging on to.

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  8. Bugger. His poor family.

    If you can draw anything out of that, even a positivity by finding you still have blessings to count, then I am certain that's a GOOD thing that honours his memory, and can only be good for your health, too. Silver linings are meant for hanging on to.

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