I just lost my Mom on March 16 to a brain aneurysm. It was so sudden and such a shock. I still just can't believe it. This is the most difficult thing I've ever had to face. She was so healthy and only 58. My brother and his wife are pregnant, it would have been her first grandchild, she was so excited. My Dad is retiring this December, he worked so hard and they were supposed to share this together. I feel so hurt for them and me. I just can't believe this is happening!
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