My wife and I went to the cabin Friday night like we usually do when she is not at the hospital working. Saturday morning we drove about 2 hours to pick up a light that I had bought a few weeks ago, then we goofed off a little bit hitting some junk and antiques shops. We got back to the cabin about 3pm, I went to the basement to work on a few things and Bobbie took the bulldogs for a walk. About 4.30 Bobbies dad called and said that the ambulance just left the house with her mom Lisa. We were of course about 2.5 hours away from Duluth. Bobbie called her doctor friend to see what was going on with her mom. Lisa had an aneurysm that has probably been with her since she was born. Saturday was the day that it finally decided to let go. The Neurologist talked to Bobbie (as we were on our way back to Duluth) and told here that he was seeing signs of the brain stem starting to die and that there was not anything that anybody could do. About an hour later we got the call that she had passed.
Bobbie is doing good and seems to be at peace with this. Her sister seems to be doing good as well. Her dad and brother seem to be struggling quite a bit, hopefully they will be ok with a little time.
We all have our time on this earth, but its very hard to lose a family member. Both of my parents passed several years ago and I still think about it a lot. My prayers to you and your family Ryan. God Bless!
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Our thoughts and prayers to you guys Ryan. My wife's mom is 86 and starting to slip a little more each day. She is the only one of our parents still with us so have been there a few times. God's peace to you all.
Thanks for posting this Ryan. Ive been thinking alot about a good friend from work who had a sudden heart attack on the way home from work about two weeks ago. When it is a sudden shock it is always harder for loved ones. Just hard to accept compared to a longer illness when you have time to prepare. Sorry for all who loved her.