As I continue to struggle with Mark's death I now have to deal with my Dad's death most likely within a couple of days the doctor thinks. He is holding on for some reason. We don't know why.My sister told him it's alright to go. His kidney's have shut down completely now,he's too weak to talk and he is no longer drinking or taking anything by mouth and he sleeps all the time with short periods when he opens his eyes.I pray that he goes sooner rather than later because it's time. He has been so sad and in soo much pain the past year or so that it's time he rest in peace. I will miss him and I will be sad but he"died" a year ago when the cancer returned and it has been difficult to see his decline. His last few months have been racked with pain and depression and it certainly wasn't quality of life. I just hope that I have the strength to get through another funeral so soon because Mark's was very difficult to get through.It sounds strange but it will be a relief when I get the phone call telling me he's passed because I will know he will not be suffering anymore.
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