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    I hope it's not wrong of me to hope, for your sake, that you are right. Old ladies have the most astonishing resilience. It's a wrench to lose them, but I think that's already happened.

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    I know what you mean, Gaz - my "proper" mum died 12 years ago, this is a different person who is dying now AFAIK.

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    oh Deb

    life is so sad sometimes and is the mistress of cruelty

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    My thoughts are with you Debs x

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    Thanks all -she's improved today, and is drinking more (a cup of apple juice in 90 mins, when I visited this afternoon) - so it looks more like weeks/months again, rather than days....this is exhausting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deb Arkle View Post
    I know what you mean, Gaz - my "proper" mum died 12 years ago, this is a different person who is dying now AFAIK.
    * should have typed AFAIC for "as far as I'm concerned" there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deb Arkle View Post
    Thanks all -she's improved today, and is drinking more (a cup of apple juice in 90 mins, when I visited this afternoon) - so it looks more like weeks/months again, rather than days....this is exhausting!
    My mum was declared to be on her last legs maybe 4 or 5 times, over about 18 months. You brace yourself for the inevitable, and find, like Lazarus, they take up their bed and walk. What the patient thinks of all this it's hard to tell, given their dementia. This is what I meant by my post above. Our thoughts are with you, Debs, it's emotionally very trying.

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    I am freezing, so cold I am shivering, heated no is on full, going to bed when the carers have settled Mr P.

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    Mum died last night, and although it's sad, she was in her own bed with my sister keeping her company (she had a horror of dying alone) and was comfortable and peaceful. So it's all good, as much as death can be. :)

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    Our sympathies to you, Debs. Glad for you it's over, the waiting for the inevitable is the worst.

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