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Swish Checkley - 7-3-2009 at 15:47

My father in law passed away a few hours ago.
He turned 93 last weekend (we went to visit and took him cake) his health has been poor over the last year and he had been in hospital for seven weeks with a whole number of things wrong with him, so it wasn't unexpected. I'm glad he's not suffering any more.


Quaver - 7-3-2009 at 15:53

So sorry to hear that ((Swish)) :(


Daz - 7-3-2009 at 16:37

Thoughts are with you, and yours Swish... (((Swish)))


marymary100 - 7-3-2009 at 16:59

(((Swish)))


janet - 7-3-2009 at 17:40

(((Swish and Mr Swish)))


scholar - 7-3-2009 at 19:19

My condolences, and compassion to you all.

((Swishes, and others who knew and loved the one who passed on))


Nimuae - 7-3-2009 at 21:39

May angels fly him safely home. RIP (((((((((((((Swish)))))))))))


LSemmens - 8-3-2009 at 12:02

((((Swish family))))

Is Mother-In-Law still with us, or are they now re-united?


DeWitch - 8-3-2009 at 21:15

So sorry for you and your family


Swish Checkley - 9-3-2009 at 09:54

Thanks everyone.
My mother in law is still very much with us - she's considerably younger than he was and is in good health. Unfortunately she is some distance away so I can offer limited support at the moment, which is frustrating :(


Nimuae - 9-3-2009 at 10:17

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Originally posted by Swish Checkley
Thanks everyone.
My mother in law is still very much with us - she's considerably younger than he was and is in good health. Unfortunately she is some distance away so I can offer limited support at the moment, which is frustrating :(


Sometimes just a friendly voice on the 'phone, or a pretty notelet can be enough to show that you care.


Swish Checkley - 9-3-2009 at 11:03

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Originally posted by Nimuae
Quote:
Originally posted by Swish Checkley
Thanks everyone.
My mother in law is still very much with us - she's considerably younger than he was and is in good health. Unfortunately she is some distance away so I can offer limited support at the moment, which is frustrating :(


Sometimes just a friendly voice on the 'phone, or a pretty notelet can be enough to show that you care.

*nodding* I can't send flowers because she has hayfever and I can't send chocolates because she's diabetic!


LSemmens - 9-3-2009 at 13:21

Look around swishie, there are some very good diabetic friendly foods on the market now, one friend can purchase a diabetic friendly ice cream at his local supermarket, so chocolates may not be out of the question, if she likes those sorts of things. SWMBO (not diabetic BTW) if given a choice between a capsicum or a chocolate would take the cappy any time.


waffler - 10-3-2009 at 02:09

My condolences, and compassion to you all.