Tuesday morning my cousin passed away. I am thankful that I was with him. I went to visit Monday and I ended up spending the night. His kidneys were shutting down and he was in such pain. Tuesday morning he said "something is happening". His 10 year old came in to see him and he told him "I can't take care of you anymore". He looked at his mom and said "what do you want me to do", she replied "daddy is waiting for you and he will take care of you". He was able to tell each of us he loved us. We called other family members and as we gathered around him, he closed his eyes and went to sleep. He will be missed so much, the last few days have been so hard...but knowing that he is not suffering anymore makes it a little easier.
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