Geez my stress levels are being tested! Found out a couple of days ago that my DH's ex-wife was exposed to a case of measles when she went to the emergency room. She was contacted by the hospital to go in and have an injection - but the boys have been in the house with her in that time, so now I'm paranoid that they've potentially had secondary exposure to the virus.
We have rearranged their weekend visits so they won't come to our house until after the 10-14 days for symptoms to appear has passed, but we've just realised the 3 of them will be at an event we were planning on going to this weekend. We were looking forward to catching up with some old friends there, but now we won't get to as we don't want to risk it
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10-10-2013 11:47 #141
10-10-2013 12:40 #142
Veritas Im so sorry, my closest friend's mother is terminally ill also and a month or teo ago they gave her a week. She had a miraculous turn around is now doing ok. I hope your mum gets to share in your little miracle a little bit longer. Wishing your strength over the next few weeks.
10-10-2013 13:12 #143
Thanks wish, and everyone else. Unfortunately mum lost her battle on the early hours of this morning but is at least now pain free and at peace x
10-10-2013 13:31 #144
Sorry to hear Veritas. I'm glad you got the chance to spend the time with her that you did
10-10-2013 13:36 #145
Aww Veritas I just want to hug you right now! So so sorry hugs hugs & lots more hugs
10-10-2013 14:20 #146
Im so sorry Veritas, i cant imagine how you are feeling right now but im sending you lots of hugs
10-10-2013 14:46 #147Senior Member
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Veritas, I'm so sorry. Hugs. I hope you get the strength to get through this difficult time. As you say, now the pain has gone for your mum and she is at peace. Just try and focus on the beautiful memories you have of your time together and memories which you will one day share with this little miracle you have yet to meet.
10-10-2013 14:53 #148
Veritas I'm so so sorry to read your news xxxx
10-10-2013 15:44 #149
Veritas, thinking of you in your time of sorrow and sending great big hugs. An inner strength you never knew existed will surface and will help you get through the grieving process. When my Mum passed I felt her presence around me like an invisible blanket and it was very comforting. I hope you find comfort in your own special way xoxo
10-10-2013 15:55 #150Senior Member
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I'm so sorry Veritas. It is a wonderful parting gift that you were able to share with her the joy of your pregnancy. Nothing makes this process easier but the one comfort I have had after losing my dad is that he still appears in my dreams every now and then, not when he was sick but just as if everything is normal. The night before I found out I was pregnant I dreamt he came to the doctor with me and we were told I was pregnant with him next to me.
My thoughts are with you and your family xx
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