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The love that we both had (my wife and i) were evident and shown even during her later days. I believe that when your time is up, there is nothing you can do about it. I too lost my grandparents (lolo on dad's side and lolo/lola on mom's side). hehe.thats so sweet tho how u were able to tell your wife exactly how u feel...During her last day, wherein she wasn't able to speak anymore, she just looked at me and spread her arms (meaning "big hug"), i hugged her and told her "i love you" and she nodded back (her own way of saying "i love you too"). I do believe your dreams as i believe that people you love try to communicate to you through dreams. again, im sorry about your loss.cancer really is scary because u can keep telling people to avoid eating this and doing that and so on but its not a 100% sure that these people will never develop cancer.... and once a person has been diagnosed with cancer, it seems like a life-long battle... i feel as if he's too young tho but cancer doesnt really pick its target based on vital stats...that same day, we found out she was already in the latest stage of cancer.everything happened so fast.after she was diagnosed with cancer, i would wake up in the middle of the night and sit for minutes wishing everything was just a dream.my grandma on my dad's side died before i was born so i never met her.but it was tragic anyways since my dad was only 11 when she died...I do believe your dreams as i believe that people you love try to communicate to you through dreams.

The love that we both had (my wife and i) were evident and shown even during her later days. and what sucks is he lives soooo far away from me now so i cant even be beside him to offer moral if anyone here ever develops cancer, its not the end of everything.During her last day, wherein she wasn't able to speak anymore, she just looked at me and spread her arms (meaning "big hug"), i hugged her and told her "i love you" and she nodded back (her own way of saying "i love you too"). there is a saying that goes "life is not measured by the number of breaths we take but by number of events that have taken our breath away..." lost my dad to lung cancer about two years ago, just when he retired.its still painful - and mind boggling - he was a non-smoker his whole life, had an active physical routine and took care of himself. Anyway, since then, i've been employed in a sort of alternative medical clinic which entailed not just the use of herbs, but also nutrition as a form of treatment for cancer.and before she died, she was crying and telling my dad's older siblings to take care of my dad since he was the youngest and would have to grow up without her..the other hand, me and my other grandma were really, really close.we didn't know she had cancer until it was too late.

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