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Dad, 45 year old SIL and MIL ( I loved both SIL and MIL ) Dead in a years span. Have more family BBQ's

Sorry to hear.

Lost Mom and Dad within 2 years of each other. Sucked

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You had a 45 year old son-in-law?

How did he die?

How old are you?

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A few years ago started making a point to tell my mom and dad (divorced long time ago) I love them every time we'd talk on the phone. Mom passed away earlier this year so I'm glad I instituted that gesture for myself.

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For sure. Keep telling my kids, you're going to regret not spending more time with your grandmas and grandpas when they are gone. I sure as hell know I do.

 

I think Hackman said it best.....

 

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Family and friends are some of the most important things in life. Dont take them for granted. When theyre gone you can never get them back again and it sucks.

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You had a 45 year old son-in-law?

How did he die?

How old are you?

Dumb, just dumb.

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Sorry to hear.

Lost Mom and Dad within 2 years of each other. Sucked

I dont want my parents to die, obviously.

 

But when it inevitably happens, I hope the go together. Neither one would do well alone.

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I guess that's cheaper than a cremation?

 

Dude...too soon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I dont want my parents to die, obviously.

 

But when it inevitably happens, I hope the go together. Neither one would do well alone.

Not for nothing, but it sounds like bunny could use a few bucks and well, you know...

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I dont want my parents to die, obviously.

 

But when it inevitably happens, I hope the go together. Neither one would do well alone.

Well...my parents divorced when I was 2. Remarried their better matches (and thankfully I have 2 great step parents who are incredible grandparents to my kids).

The illnesses sucked...Dad almost 2 years with versions of Brain cancer...Mom more sudden will h a blood disorder that messed up her immune system and liver and kidneys.

Dads I had time to prepare for...Moms was a thing that felt like just being older and sick for a few months...then got awful for two weeks and she was gone.

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Well...my parents divorced when I was 2. Remarried their better matches (and thankfully I have 2 great step parents who are incredible grandparents to my kids).

The illnesses sucked...Dad almost 2 years with versions of Brain cancer...Mom more sudden will h a blood disorder that messed up her immune system and liver and kidneys.

Dads I had time to prepare for...Moms was a thing that felt like just being older and sick for a few months...then got awful for two weeks and she was gone.

 

Losing parents suck. I lost my dad to a heart attack when I was 9 years old. We were golfing and he collapsed on the 9th hole. :thumbsdown:

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Losing parents suck. I lost my dad to a heart attack when I was 9 years old. We were golfing and he collapsed on the 9th hole. :thumbsdown:

Not to be a d!ck, but guess we know what your unlucky number is.

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Losing parents suck. I lost my dad to a heart attack when I was 9 years old. We were golfing and he collapsed on the 9th hole. :thumbsdown:

Dude, Holy Flock. That's awful. So damn sorry

Respect you ever came back from that.

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Dude, Holy Flock. That's awful. So damn sorry

Respect you ever came back from that.

 

Yeah, it sucked. I had a great bunch of family and friends that helped. Very thankful for that.

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Not to be a d!ck, but guess we know what your unlucky number is.

 

 

I had never thought of this before. What is ironic is that I have usually used 9 as a lucky number and it's done me well. :thumbsup:

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Losing parents suck. I lost my dad to a heart attack when I was 9 years old. We were golfing and he collapsed on the 9th hole. :thumbsdown:

Did he just miss a putt to set the course record at Bushwood?

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Did he just miss a putt to set the course record at Bushwood?

 

Nope, hit his 2nd shot on a long par 4 and shanked it to the left.

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