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  • #16
    Sorry about that. Truly I had no idea..I don't read every single entry at times due to the duplicity, which is perfectly understandable. I am sorry if it upset anyone. That certainly wasn't my intension. she will be missed for sure. I must have stopped reading that far..(but was so close, who knew?) thanks for clearing that up.
    Never take no from someone not qualified to give you the yes, you deserve.


    • #17
      auntie debbie

      Hi I still come here and read the wonderful things about Deb.
      It somehow makes it a little easier. I read one saying Deb was in your room, and I believe your right. She can now go anywhere.
      and she'll always be in our hearts.
      thanks, nancy


      • #18
        Nancy thank you so much for posting. we miss Debbie very much and love her dearly i also believe she is still taking care of us in her own way. she is still a very special IC angel.
        I do miss her voice so much and her cute little emails she sent.
        Medicine taken daily or as needed:
        1. Heaprin and Marcaine rescue installment 1 to 3x daily as needed.
        2. MS.Cotin 100mg 3x daily
        3. MSIR 30mg 1 or 2 every 4-6hrs as needed for breakthrew pain.
        4. Fentanyl 100 mg Change every 48hrs.
        5. Gentamicin 80mg install after each rescue treatment
        5 Leviquin 500mg self start as needed.
        6. Klonopin 1 or 2 daily as needed.
        7. Prosed/DS as 1 every 6hrs as needed.

        I have IC, but IC doesn't have me anymore!


        • #19
          Time helps with healing, but it is not a cure...

          NancyF and Deb's family...

          It is good to see you are able to come here, as this was a place of such comfort to Deb.

          I am sorry that you have to read of our own personal sorrows along with the uplifting memories, but that is how Deb affected so many of us.

          I have posted very little since Deb died as I have been dealing with an ill parent and also, I find my usual zest and energy low as do others here. We really depended on Deb casting a smile on our day and now we have to learn the fine art of humble postings and sometimes just the tiniest of gestures...yet they loomed large.:butterfly

          There are so many new "family members" here it may be odd for them to understand, but on a difficult day in my own life, your post has uplifted my sense of uncertainty. You remind me of Deb's simple pleasures and even on her toughest days, she found the strength to reach out to at least one person.

          As I come to terms with Deb surrounding us in a different way, I do know for sure she would encourage all to just find a kind word to send. I wish you and your family renewed, continued and spiritual strength.

          "No one can make you feel inferior without your consent."
          Eleanor Roosevelt, This Is My Story, 1937


          • #20
            I miss her so much.. she is such a wonderful lady and i will never forget her. she is truly an ic angel


            • #21
              Legacy of a saint

              This precious lamb truly left her sweet heartprints on many here at this cyberspace oasis of healing helps. Grams often tends to check in and out at the prayer request board, and completely missed hearing of Deb's homegoing. As her family visit here, may they know what a beautiful blessing she has been...and will continue to be in the hearts of those who love her.
              Grams prays that this poem will bless her family and all those who cared so deeply for her.

              Legacy of a saint

              Deb was placed whole and radiant
              in the waiting arms of her king,
              by angels who witnessed her journey on earth
              and heard the new song she would sing.

              These unseen guardians had watched her light shine
              as she walked in her garment of praise;
              And blessed everyone with the joy of her Lord
              Whose faith, hope and love graced her ways.

              May the precious memories of this beautiful saint
              Leave a lingering fragrance of peace
              of the Lord she worshipped, honored and served
              That His message may through others increase

              Sharon Miller