She just wanted to see me and say goodbye, I was scared and sad. I called my ex to go with me but then thought better of it for her privacy. I collected myself and managed to make it there. She was so tired she only wanted me there for a little bit. I asked if she was hurting and she said no, just very tired and was ready to go see Jesus.
I’m not sure if she’s gone yet. She was in her 80’s, 83 I think. She has been in a wheelchair since before I’ve known her, about 8 years. She had diabetes and COPD and other health troubles. now, or soon she’ll be free of her worry and pain. But I’ll miss our near daily visits and her sweetness.
I’m so sorry for you but so glad you could say goodbye in person. Much peace to you and your friend. Hugs!
I am sorry @Leaf
It’s sad to see a dear friend go.
Condolences to your friend and to you.
Sorry about your friend, @Leaf
That was kind of you to go. It couldn’t of been easy.
I would probably want to see a friend too.
You did good my foliage friend.
I was so scared of death I declined to visit my granddad on his deathbed. I’ll never get over that, I wish I could go back. You did the right thing.
I know we aren’t supposed to talk religion, but I don’t consider general belief in the afterlife to be religion. Those two aren’t mutually exclusive. I’ll bet she’ll be healthy and happy on the other side.
I’m so sorry about your friend, leafy. It’s good that you could see her before she passes. (hugs)
This story makes me so sad. I hope that she’ll be at peace on the other side.
I’m so sorry you’re losing a good friend. That’s so hard. I have a friend in her seventies and I hope she lives a lot longer.
But I’m so glad you got to see her and in your heart say your goodbyes
Why is it always at the holidays?
That’s very sad @Leaf It was very kind and compassionate of you to visit your friend.
I’m sorry… It’s good you went alone to see her…
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