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  2. She is going home today... The doctor are telling us her pancreas has just burned out and quit. I'm not going to just give up yet. She will be making appointment with GI doctor in Boise and dig deeper into this. In the meantime I've got a grand loop to make today. Heading down US95 pick up Mom (ashes & death certificate), CBASS (salvage yard), Staples (get my laptop fixed), All parts broker (salvage yard), Durobilt (alternators and starters to rebuild), then Weller truck (my transmission), then back up Idaho 55 to pick up @Wet Vette from the hospital then home. about 360 mile
  3. Not much I can do but pray she gets better. Thats pretty easy. May she get well soon and hope they can detirmine what the problem is.
  4. She is still in the hospital in McCall. The doctor is planning to scope her stomach for any problems at noon today. I'm doing my own research on her stomach problems and using any of the info I have to help figure this out. She is doing better pain is way down and she is getting hungry. Hopefully soon they will discharge her so I can get her to Boise to the GI doctor to look deeper. Like I had sat down with @Taz and his girlfriend last night for dinner. It possibly diverticulitis as a problem. Katie was telling me her story of her intestinal infection which was classi
  5. I hope and pray for her and you. Hopefully they will find the cause of all this and be able to cure or at the very least control it. Keep us posted God be with Eileen and you Mike.
  6. Eileen is back at McCall, ID St. Lukes hospital. Her chest pain, vomiting, etc. returned. I rushed her to the hospital at about 2pm yesterday. I left this morning and went back up to get more information about what is going on. Still fighting to control the pain and control her blood sugar. I don't have much info right now. I waited nearly 4 hours for the doctor to get off the phone so I could find out more. I'm currently fielding all the phone calls for Eileen and I've got family members wanting to know what is going on. I came home to feed the wood stove and get a meal in me. Las
  7. I remember on a hot day while visiting she insisted we go get Milkshakes. That was real important to her that we go for milkshakes. Dang, she was right though.... they were really good. Dunno how moms have that intuition like that, I'll always remember that. No Dripley mine wasn't chicken flavored It was chocolate.
  8. Missed this one. Sorry for your loss, but I am happy to hear your life is getting a little more simple. She will be missed, but the joy she brought over the years far shines the sadness.
  9. Yes. There will be another dog in the family. Eileen and I already talked about that. She has been looking at puppies and going nuts about wanting a furry kid. I think the biggest thing that help me heal is just "talking about things" as what is going through my mind. Like this morning my mind would not leave me alone waking up to dreams or memories of Mom. Partially remembering her in the hospital and other of hiking trips we've done in the past or camping. Eileen has a few medical appointments to take care of this week. I'm going to head in to work today and finaliz
  10. Well if you ever head to Ohio I'll be here. Lol Now that I have a truck that I could trust pulling a camper up a hill or mountain I'd like to travel further and see some things my self. The wife loves to travel to different places as well. She didn't travel much as a child so there are a lot of new things out there for here to see.
  11. Right now Priorities is getting some rest this weekend some how. Then heading to Lewiston, ID for shopping. I don't need to run to Ontario to get hit with all the memories. Eileen has a busy week taking care of her medical appointments. Once they are done we are free to travel south. Beyond that I want to have what most have a 9 to 5 job and a paycheck. Get a few months of normal life and then get rolling in to the fun stuff possibly. Summer is coming. I know there is 2 members talking camping trip. Gives me a goal of getting my transmission fixed and Cummins / Jayco
  12. I agree Mike, it's time to mourn, heal and then move forward. You have a new life ahead of you with Eileen and many wonderful things to come and new memories to make. You and her can now concentrate on one another and allow your relationship to grow. The pain and sorrow will eventually subside and you will be able to replace it will love and happiness and have all the wonderful memories of your parents. I wish you well my friend, it is a process but I'm sure with your family here and your new family with Eileen you have many friends and family to count on.
  13. I gave my Mother an extra 4 years of life. Making sure she made it to dialysis for four years. 125 mile one way trip 3 times a week. (tues, thurs, Sat) I've created so many new friends and jobs down there its just sad that I close the book on many people for the time while I heal a bit. Actually I've been tending to Mom since 2004 when Dad passed away from cancer (16 years). I've now got to reprogram myself to tend to my wonderful girl friend Eileen Nickeson and myself. I spent many years being guided or directed by the medical field on what I was going to do next. Now it our time and
  14. Will you be getting number 2 Diesel Dog?
  15. I can say I've had my cry quite a few times yesterday. Still sad about it. In the other hand I'm free from tending to mom. I've got my own plans of making a new family. I've got 4 wonderful daughter that enjoy talking with me. Then a son that needs a bit guidance. I've got now a mother to go visit in Susanville and another grandmother to meet too. I might of lost my mom but gained another family. I won't be alone. Hardest thing for me is to reprogram myself to my own life.
  16. If you guys could have ever met her... she is really a loss to all those who knew her. I know that she is in a place that can give her an unlimited happiness that this ol' world cannot ever do. Now healed from all worldly weight, pains and sickness, he has graduated to God's house. It's more beautiful than words can say. I know this because I have prayed with her when visiting there. I know she prayed for all of us regularly too. She is and always will be the sweetest MoparMom with a cowgirl hat in my heart.
  17. So sorry for your loss Mike. Will keep you and yours in our prayers.
  18. Prayers to you and your family. Sorry for your loss. I lost a loved one Friday as well. I hold peace in the fact that her suffering is over and in God's hands now.
  19. My condolences. Having lost a parent, I can tell you that it doesn't get better but it does get easier. Hang in there and remember the good times. That's what will get you through. Also, don't forget you are not alone and don't forget to ask for help or someone to talk to. Don't hold it in. It took me a while to figure that out. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
  20. My deepest sympathies my friend. She will be in thoughts as you will.
  21. My condolences. It's never 'easy' but knowing the suffering is over makes it easier. I wish you well moving on.

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