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Sick people   Off-Topic Chat

Started 12/21/20 by bornblesse2; 10261 views.

From: YDritch


He's in Tucson but I haven't been able to see him in months.  We talk on the phone daily but his breathing is so labored he can barely speak.  He's on massive amounts of oxygen but is not intubated.


From: Mishii


I’m so sorry Yetta. You and your brother are in my thoughts. 

Suze (casuzenn)

From: Suze (casuzenn)


oh my...sending lots of prayers 

So sorry about your brother Yetta.

Cathy (cacnurse1)

From: Cathy (cacnurse1)


YDritch said:

I'm asking for prayers for my DB

Prayers for you both.  Having lost my 2 brothers last year, I can relate.  I did go up to Las Vegas several times to see one of them and check out the care he was receiving.  No family there.


From: Judy (DJZMOM)


Oh ((((( Yetta ))))) Prayers for comfort and peace for both of you.

Pirate (PIRATE_SR) said...


Oh, fer cryin' out loud!  Why not?  Coffins and caskets and flowers and ceremonies are for the living, not for the deceased.  Why shouldn't a casket be of fiberboard?  Is it going to be exhumed and reused at some future point?   If you have a ceremony, those in attendance will already know that you dearly loved and honored your parents.  If your parents had *picked out* that specific item to be buried in, any ill-thoughts are the problem of the people thinking them .. it is no reflection on you.   Now, if you are being forced to "upgrade" and covid is the reason, you probably can't fight City Hall on that one, given the current climate.  OTOH, if you feel like resisting the upgrade, go for it.  :-)  Give 'em hell!  :-)

I TOTally agree!

In reply toRe: msg 209

DD's best friend had a bad reaction from her 2nd shot. She is a pharmasist at a hospital. High fever, chills and confusion for 2 days. Doing better now but hers has been the 1st young person with a reaction.

Two days?! Everyone I've known/seen has had just one bad day after the second shot. I'm sorry for her. :( 

yes and she's only 30 and very healthy.  which is what surprised me.  The confusion was a bit freaky too.  My daughter had one bad night, mostly from her arm hurting then she was ok.