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Hiya All,

It has been a while since last reporting on this site. Glad to be back, although I've been ill and experienced some emotional hardships due to losing both of my parents and my eldest sibling last year.

My family and I lost my father on Feb 7, 2019 on a Thursday, and two weeks later, we lost my mother on Feb 21, 2019 on a Thursday, and lastly, we lost my oldest sister on Mar 7, 2019 on a Thursday which all succumbed to death in a month's time.

It really took a tow on me physically and emotionally due to me being the baby of the family and was my mother and father caretaker while dealing with my own health issues. Time brings on changes that we're sometimes not able to predict. But, I would like to say that I am doing so much better and I really miss you guys.

I'm still in the 90's club with pending claims that I'm hoping to get me over the hump. Well...from time to time, I'll be checking in on this forum because of such great Warriors, with such great knowledge and kindness. Hope to chat with you all soon!

Hoooooaaaaa!

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Sorry about your parents and sister, but Im glad you are doing much better now.  I lost my parents and 2 of my older brothers a few years ago.  

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Prettypantha Yes, sorry about your family situation; one day at a time is all you can manage for a while. But it is good you're reaching out and we look forward to you being more active when you are ready.

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Thank you all very much!!!

@broncovet@GBArmy, and @pacmanx1

I really appreciate that!

Ohhh...and Congratulations to you@broncovet! You're so very deserving of it. You've been there for us all and have given out very good advice to everyone, including myself. Sorry to hear about your ordeal with the loss of your loved one's, as well. We will be just fine! I'll have to admit that it had been such a long road to recovery but I refuse to give up. 

Peace be with you all!

PP

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Ohhhh...and congrats to you as well, @GBArmy!

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