• Mourning my dear friend

    Asked by Coopswifey on Monday, September 23, 2019

    Mourning my dear friend

    I realize having cancer also means that some of us don’t make it, but we are never prepared when a good friend loses the battle. My heart is so full right now. My good friend Toni loss her fight with breast cancer a few days ago. We were each other’s cheerleader, we talked almost everyday. She has been in and out of the hospital the last few months because her cancer spread to other areas, but she always remained optimistic. She was one of the strongest women I have EVER known. The last time she was admitted to the hospital, something told me to go and see her, I wanted to surprise her, so I went. Was she surprised too. We hugged and was so glad to finally see one another. She looked good, so of course I thought she would be going home soon, but she never did. I really needed to tell my What’s Next Ḟäṃïŀÿ as part of my healing. So I want to thank you for always listening, and for all of your comments.

    11 Answers from the Community

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    • 2943's Avatar
      2943

      You were blessed to have TONI in your life and with you during difficult times as she was blessed to have you. May the memories of smiling conversations help in the saddest times. Hugs!

      3 months ago
    • HRtr's Avatar
      HRtr

      So sorry for the loss of your dear friend/sister. I wish you peace and love as you move forward. <3

      3 months ago
    • LiveWithCancer's Avatar
      LiveWithCancer

      I am so sorry for your loss.

      Over the years, i have made very good friends with many others who share my lung cancer diagnosis. It is always so sad when one passes away. I guess the one that haunts me most is the death of my friend I went to Israel with at the first of the year. She was healthy enough to make that International trip, but died only a few short months later. It is hard to reconcile.

      3 months ago

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