A bit sad, a bit happy. That has been Christmas Day so far. I am apparently now awesome in the eyes of a few of my little cousins because I know Minecraft and Pokemon, which I think Dad would have been happy with. Tears will be shed further along I'm sure, but I know he would think this was a good Christmas.
Cleaning out my email inbox, I finally got rid of the last remnants of a bad relationship. She was a peach, quite rotten if I may emphasize, and now those messages are long gone. Sure. They didn't have malice to them back then, but rather than read and ruminate on them, I trashed them, like I did everything else.
Life is short and while I'm going through real grief and the like right now, I can at least be happy that I have cleansed more of my life of her.
it's always good to cleanse those things out of your life - as you've recently experienced.. life is too short to worry about the things that hurt us or provide extra negativity to our lives. I have lost many a friend this year drew to drama and bad blood, but I'm beyond better off now. here if you wanna chat - you can always inbox me
Having a really bad down this morning because of Dad. All part of the grieving process I guess, but definitely don't want this to be a full on depression. Took the morning off and finally got myself out of bed and got laundry on. Seems like some fighting steps to me.
I send big hugs to you <3 I am keeping you in my thoughts through this grieving time. How you are feeling is a part of how people feel when their precious loved ones have passed away. Try just taking an hour by hour, a day by day. There will be some days that are better than others, and others not so good.
People who have cancer can survive through having pneumonia. Their bodies of course are in a weakened state, but our bodies are still very good at fighting infections and inflamation even when suffering from diseases. I send hugs to you <3 The medical staff would be aware of the cancer health situation of your Dad, would be monitoring him, and would give him the most beneficial treatment for his pneumonia.