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Posted on Jan 04, 2007 at 07:29 PM

EVER FEEL HELPLESS WANT TO HELP BUT YOU DON'T KNOW HOW MY BEST FRIEND HAS SUFFERED A GREAT LOSS; HER MOTHER. I HAVE BEEN HERE THROUGH THE SICKNESS AND TRIED TO HELP. AND WE HAVE TALKED ABOUT IT ALL EXTENSIVLEY BUT LAST NIGHT WE GOT THE NEWS HER MOM HAD PAST AND I FEEL I SHOULD DO SOMETHING BUT WHAT. I HAVE PRAYED AND TRIED TO CONSOLE HER BUT I FEEL I'M NOT DOING ENOUGH. THIS IS THE FRIEND THAT CAME 1400 MILES PACKED ME IN THE SNOW AND BROUGHT ME HOME. I JUST WANT EVERYONE TO PRAY FOR HER HEART TO STOP HURTING AND TO HEAL IT QUICKLY. I KNOW WHAT IT IS TO LOOSE SOMEONE IT HURTS AND I'M TRYING TO HELP TO EASE THE PAIN. WHEN YOUR FRIENDS HURT YOU HURT THATS A FRIEND. NANNA

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Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 01:20 PM

nanna...tell her we all will pray....:)

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Posted on Jan 07, 2007 at 07:59 PM

Thank all of you for your prayers. I got my friend out of the house and we went ridding on Friday, Saturday nite we took a limo iinto Houston for another friends birthday and today I just gave her a day to herself to see if she would get up and get going she did so tonite we took down the tree and cleaned the house before I went out on a date. I know she is stron and will get through this I just hate it cause she has to go through it, I have burried both my parent 3 brothers and a daughter, so I know the grief. Thanks you all again. Nannan

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Posted on Jan 05, 2007 at 05:07 PM

My prayers are with you, Nanna Dawg

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Posted on Jan 05, 2007 at 02:05 PM

Nana , just "be there" as you have and she'll know you are her friend through it all. HUGS

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Posted on Jan 05, 2007 at 09:39 AM

Nanna, first, she knows how you feel and that in and of itself is a tremendous comfort to her. As time passes, even just minutes and hours she may not know what she needs. So knowing you are there is bound to be an anchor for her. Sometimes it is just the little things too. Maybe just get dinner for her, or run an errand, or just sit and let her talk. You will know...it will come to you as you watch her grieve. My prayers go to both of you. T

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