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Old 04-03-2005, 11:02 PM
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I haven't seen or heard anything from you lately. You OK?

BOB



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Old 09-03-2005, 07:25 PM
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On 4-Mar-2005, " BOB" wrote:

I haven't seen or heard anything from you lately. You OK?

BOB


I probably won't be around much BOB. My shady life has caught up with me.
Right after I survived heart repair,my wife who was already sliding into
Altzheimer's, fell and broke a hip. She survived a hip replacement job
but the pain killers and other med's kicked her Altzheimer's into high gear.
She's now in a rehab/nursing facility where she can be looked after 24/7.
It's a real bitch when I visit her in the evening and she doesn't remember
me being there that same morning.

Brick (Trying to keep the shiny side up)

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Old 09-03-2005, 07:33 PM
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On Wed, 9 Mar 2005 19:25:50 GMT, "Brick" wrote:


On 4-Mar-2005, " BOB" wrote:

I haven't seen or heard anything from you lately. You OK?

BOB


I probably won't be around much BOB. My shady life has caught up with me.
Right after I survived heart repair,my wife who was already sliding into
Altzheimer's, fell and broke a hip. She survived a hip replacement job
but the pain killers and other med's kicked her Altzheimer's into high gear.
She's now in a rehab/nursing facility where she can be looked after 24/7.
It's a real bitch when I visit her in the evening and she doesn't remember
me being there that same morning.

I'm sorry to hear it. That's a tough one. Keep your chin up.

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Old 09-03-2005, 07:41 PM
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Brick wrote:
On 4-Mar-2005, " BOB" wrote:

I haven't seen or heard anything from you lately. You
OK?

BOB


I probably won't be around much BOB. My shady life has
caught up with me.


Sorry to hear the news,Howard. Keep that shiny side up!
Let us know what we can do to help. You know that we are here for you.

BOB


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Old 09-03-2005, 07:56 PM
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Brick wrote:

It's a real bitch when I visit her in the evening and she doesn't
remember
me being there that same morning.


I am very sorry to hear this,Amigo. You know that the ng is here to listen
and give you our support, as limited as we may be. I'll be thinkin' and
praying for your wife and you, Brick.
--
Dave
Dave's Pit-Smoked Bar-B-Que
http://davebbq.com/




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Old 09-03-2005, 08:08 PM
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Brick wrote:
On 4-Mar-2005, " BOB" wrote:


I haven't seen or heard anything from you lately. You OK?

BOB



I probably won't be around much BOB. My shady life has caught up with me.
Right after I survived heart repair,my wife who was already sliding into
Altzheimer's, fell and broke a hip. She survived a hip replacement job
but the pain killers and other med's kicked her Altzheimer's into high gear.
She's now in a rehab/nursing facility where she can be looked after 24/7.
It's a real bitch when I visit her in the evening and she doesn't remember
me being there that same morning.


That's sad news. I'll be keeping you in my thoughts.

Matthew
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Old 09-03-2005, 08:45 PM
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"Brick" wrote in message
...

On 4-Mar-2005, " BOB" wrote:

I haven't seen or heard anything from you lately. You OK?

BOB


I probably won't be around much BOB. My shady life has caught up with me.
Right after I survived heart repair,my wife who was already sliding into
Altzheimer's, fell and broke a hip. She survived a hip replacement job
but the pain killers and other med's kicked her Altzheimer's into high

gear.
She's now in a rehab/nursing facility where she can be looked after 24/7.
It's a real bitch when I visit her in the evening and she doesn't remember
me being there that same morning.

Brick (Trying to keep the shiny side up)


Sorry, Howard. I've just posted a tongue in cheek remark to abf before
reading this ng. I'm sincerely sorry!!

Warmest regards being sent from where I sit.

Graeme


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Old 09-03-2005, 08:50 PM
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On 9-Mar-2005, "Dave Bugg" wrote:

Brick wrote:

It's a real bitch when I visit her in the evening and she doesn't
remember
me being there that same morning.


I am very sorry to hear this,Amigo. You know that the ng is here to listen

and give you our support, as limited as we may be. I'll be thinkin' and
praying for your wife and you, Brick.
--
Dave


Thank you Dave. Fortunately we have bullet proof insurance. However
money isn't going to make this go away.

Brick (Trying to keep the shiny side up)

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Old 09-03-2005, 10:03 PM
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Graeme...in London wrote:

"Brick" wrote in message
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On 4-Mar-2005, " BOB" wrote:


I haven't seen or heard anything from you lately. You OK?

BOB


I probably won't be around much BOB. My shady life has caught up with me.
Right after I survived heart repair,my wife who was already sliding into
Altzheimer's, fell and broke a hip. She survived a hip replacement job
but the pain killers and other med's kicked her Altzheimer's into high


gear.

She's now in a rehab/nursing facility where she can be looked after 24/7.
It's a real bitch when I visit her in the evening and she doesn't remember
me being there that same morning.

Brick (Trying to keep the shiny side up)



Sorry, Howard. I've just posted a tongue in cheek remark to abf before
reading this ng. I'm sincerely sorry!!

Warmest regards being sent from where I sit.


My sympathies to Howard too. Just because.


--
Niki
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Old 09-03-2005, 10:37 PM
 
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"Brick" wrote:
On 4-Mar-2005, " BOB" wrote:

I haven't seen or heard anything from you lately. You OK?

BOB


I probably won't be around much BOB. My shady life has caught up with me.
Right after I survived heart repair,my wife who was already sliding into
Altzheimer's, fell and broke a hip. She survived a hip replacement job
but the pain killers and other med's kicked her Altzheimer's into high
gear. She's now in a rehab/nursing facility where she can be looked after
24/7. It's a real bitch when I visit her in the evening and she doesn't
remember me being there that same morning.

Brick (Trying to keep the shiny side up)

I'm filled with love for you, my friend. The pain of helplessly watching
your loved one's mind slip away must be unbearable. If anyone can keep the
shiny side up through this ordeal, you can. We are here for you and your
dearly beloved.

Thanks for letting us know, and keep the shiny side up, damnit!

--
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http://anysoldier.com/

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Old 09-03-2005, 10:43 PM
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Brick wrote:

Thank you Dave. Fortunately we have bullet proof insurance. However
money isn't going to make this go away.

Brick (Trying to keep the shiny side up)


I've lost my grandfather to this horrible disease, and my MIL is at the
point of "we hope that she doesn't wake up tomorrow" after 3 1/4 years
in the nursing home. You have my sincerest sympathies.

If you haven't yet, you might check out alt.support.alzheimers. We have
family members & caregivers of patients everywhere on the spectrum from
newly diagnosed to late stages and deceased, as well as at least one
current early-stage patient posting to the group. The support of people
who face so many of the same challenges that I have faced has been
extremely helpful in the last few months.

Beth

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nothing. It was here first. ~Mark Twain
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Old 10-03-2005, 12:38 AM
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On Wed, 9 Mar 2005 19:25:50 GMT, "Brick" wrote:


On 4-Mar-2005, " BOB" wrote:

I haven't seen or heard anything from you lately. You OK?

BOB


I probably won't be around much BOB. My shady life has caught up with me.
Brick (Trying to keep the shiny side up)

That is awfull news, Brick. My extreme condolences. I've been there
with my Mother who thankfully crossed over Rainbow bridge last
December. Let us hope that your wife crosses over soon.

All you guys who are out there and who have not yet done so MAKE A
LIVING WILL.

Harry

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Old 10-03-2005, 01:46 AM
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BOB wrote:
I haven't seen or heard anything from you lately. You OK?

BOB


Best wishes to you and your family Bricker......


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Old 10-03-2005, 01:22 PM
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Nick wrote:

The retard in the pasture stood on a 5 gallon bucket to get it on.

Hoooooooooooyahhhhhh!


So you are saying that he is a Texas BBQ fan, in that he prefers beef
tenderloin to pork.

-CAL
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Old 11-03-2005, 11:35 PM
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Brick wrote:
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I probably won't be around much BOB. My shady life has caught up with me.
Right after I survived heart repair,my wife who was already sliding into
Altzheimer's, fell and broke a hip. She survived a hip replacement job
but the pain killers and other med's kicked her Altzheimer's into high gear.
She's now in a rehab/nursing facility where she can be looked after 24/7.
It's a real bitch when I visit her in the evening and she doesn't remember
me being there that same morning.

Brick (Trying to keep the shiny side up)


Brick,

I hope your not having to go through all this alone!

Do you have support nearby, family, good friends? If not, start
looking, there will be honest and good folks that sincerely wish to help.

Chin up, we'll be keeping you and your wife in our thoughts and prayers.

You know you can always find an ear to listen to ya here!
--
Regards, Mike Willsey


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