Agree, baby. No one should.
And no thanks necessary.
P.S. Any further update on the Stacy saga?
It was what he wanted. It was a great day. It would have been better if he was able to join us outside, but it wasn't meant to be. No more tubes, no more infections, no more surgeries, no more pain and suffering. No more living life in a hospital - no one should have to live like that.
Thanks. He was in the hospital for 6 months. Had 9 heart surgeries. The first surgery - he had a 25% chance to survive. He had that surgery twice. He had a stroke during his second surgery. He had multiple infections within and around his heart. He found out he was "incurable" on 08/09/15, decided to go home and finish his life in "his terms". His last surgery was on 08/18 (actually he had 2 that day) and went home on 08/12/15 - things were good he first two days. He started to bleed out internally on 08/14. There was one last "hurrah" planned for him on 08/15 - all of his friends and family showed up - he wasn't able to communicate, but it was still a great day. He passed on the afternoon of 08/16/15. He was 61. He left behind a wife, 4 kids and 6 Grandkids. He will be missed.
Thanks, brother. And I will.
Try the pdf file below.
With you or at you?
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