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my lovely sister died last night after suffering for the last month of her life. My sister was idagnosed with pancreatic cancer last Septmeber. Although I felt relieved when I heard the news I am going to miss her though she was a special lady who gave freely of the one thing she did not have. time. she was only 66 and I loved her to bits, I wish I had told her that now.

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Hi there,

 

I'm sorry to read of your sad loss of such a special person so dear to you.

 

My deepest sympathy to you and your family.

 

I'm sure you made the most of the time spent with her and remember the good times.

 

Best Regards,

 

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Hello hilary, My thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of loss.

The span between life and death

can be as quick and sudden

as a puff of wind

that blows out a candle.

But the candle does not suffer

after darkness comes.

It is the person

left in the dark room

who gropes and stumbles.

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Hi Hillary

 

I know that her passing will be very hard for you and your family. I'm sure that you are thankful for the many wonderful years you had together. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.

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Hi Hilary,

 

After our exchanges when PompeyFaith's dad was so ill, I have to say I'm pleased that your sister's suffering is over.

 

I know that her passing is a release from this horrid illness.

 

Don't regret what you didn't say. Your actions will surely have shown the love you felt for your sister, even if you didn't put it into words.

 

My sincere condolences to you and your family.

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I loved her to bits, I wish I had told her that now.

 

I think she knows how much you loved her without having to be told. Don't upset yourself over it.

 

My sympathies

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Hilary, I'm so sorry for your loss. Sisters are very special - mine is 14 years older than me and apart from my two sons, she is the only family I have left. I'm sure your sister knew how much you loved her - when someone dies we always feel we should have done and said more so don't dwell on that too much, she wouldn't want you to.

 

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hello Lateralus, thank you for your very kind offer, I have not been on here very much I am sure you will understand. My sister was called Celia Anne Buckley. Can you send me a pm with your details so I can send you some money for your cause? regards Hilary

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I hope you won't mind me saying I'm pleased for your sister that she's not suffering now. Actions speak louder than words, so no doubt Celia knew you loved her. I've known you on CAG long enough to know that she had a special sister in you so please don't reproach yourself.

 

 

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Sometimes, relief can be mingled with guilt at feeling the relief, as if we somehow failed them by being relieved. But the relief is a separate emotion, it doesn't take away or deters from the others, the grieving, the love and everything else in between.

 

I think most of us who have lost loved ones after a short or long illness feel this, but Caro is right: It doesn't take the words to tell someone you love them, and at the risk of using a cliche: Actions do speak louder than words.

 

{{{HUGS}}}

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I'm sorry to hear about your loss, though if she was suffering you must have mixed feelings. When you are young sisters are often fight many battles but the older you get the closer you become.

Try to remember the happy memories.

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