My grandmother finally passed away , surrounded by all but one of her children,who is stuck in America at the moment.
She was happy,warm,safe and comfortable when she went , she had been unconcious most of the day so it was clear she was going to go.
She was attached to a morphine pump on the 5th , the day of my grandads anniversary, and was heard asking for him for help , so I guess he was able to help her out.I'm happy that they are both together again.
I just want to thank you all for your supportive comments and messages I recieved when I had to go say goodbye to her earlier in the year , as they feared she wouldn't last more than two weeks, and yet even then she continued to defy the sentences she was given.Typical irish grandmothers.She was first diagnosed and was given 6 months, then it went down to 3 months within a couple of weeks - TWO AND A HALF YEARS LATER she went on her own terms.
nobody tells Nana Cassidy what to do.
my college friends and even my tutors have equally been so supportive of me and I couldn't imagine what I would do without them.I couldn't imagine surrounding myself with better people, and my nana knew it.She was proud of my college reports so far , now to just keep going.
I'll be AFK for quite a bit with travel ,funeral, college work and such - thank you for understanding
I love you guys <3