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June 18, 2010


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I was very sorry to hear this on the Twitter.

I wasn't sure how to react.

But, I know what it's like to lose a loved one and right now, I'm likely to lose some more.

it sucks and yet you did your auntie a great poetic justice just now..I only wish I could do the same for my loved one.

Brittney, I am very sorry to read this today. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

very sorry, brittney.

Oh, Brittney, I'm so sorry about your aunt. She sounds like she was a hoot. I hope all those great and funny memories you have of her will comfort you for a long time to come.

My dad had a massive stroke at 53 that the doctors were surprised didn't kill him, but he lingered on another eight years frustrated and depressed, completely disabled (terrible for a lifelong workaholic), and miserable - and ultimately wound up with cancer and died from that. I sometimes have wished his stroke would have gone the way of your aunt's and it sounds like with her poor health and pain prior to the stroke, even better for her.

But I know you'll miss her. Thoughts and prayers for you and all your folks.

My sincere condolences Brittney. You made a great tribute in your posting. Keep the memories alive.

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