My mom passed away on January 3rd. 😭 Her condition kept deteriorating because the cancer kept spreading. She couldn’t stand up or walk. An ambulance was called because of how bad she was. They kept her in the hospital for a few days then sent her to a hospital in Pittsburgh. 🏥
Her cancer doctor in our area said that he didn’t think there was anything more he can do because the cancer was terminal. She was being transferred to Pittsburgh because they offered targeted radiation that she was looking forward to getting. She took a turn for the worse and had pneumonia and the cancer was back in her lungs. She had brain bleeds from the cancerous tumors. The doctors told us to get to the hospital on Christmas because they thought she was going to die then. She was on a ventilator and it was awful seeing her like that. I was there to say goodbye and that I love her. I don’t know if she heard me because she was unconscious. She fought so hard for over a year but at this point, she was done fighting. 😔
I’m absolutely heartbroken and sad. 💔 I had a very hard time with my grandma’s death but this is even worse. The funeral was Friday the 8th. It was a nice funeral but very sad. It was upsetting seeing her lifeless in the casket. ⚰ More people showed up than we thought, the funeral home did have a limit of how many people could be there because of COVID-19. I cried so hard during the whole thing. She was my world. 🌎 I’m glad she is no longer suffering. She was such an amazing and caring person who did everything she could to help others. ❤
God saw you were getting tired, and a cure was not to be. So he put his arms around you and whispered, “Come to me.” With tearful eyes, we watched you and saw you pass away, although we loved you dearly, we could not make you stay. A golden heart stopped beating, hard-working hands at rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us, he only takes the best.