She is 87 and lives in a nursing home about 5 hours from me. I just heard that she is not feeling to well...and not looking to good either. I am really scared that God might take her soon. I know she will be happier but it will be sad for those whom she leaves behind. My mom and me are hoping to go visit her next weekend. I pray that she will be ok until then. I don't want her to go. I will be very sad ...having depression I do not deal with death very good. But I should not persume anything. I just want her to be ok.
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