i'd pick his brain a little bit
I would want to but would feel really embarrassed when I needed him to repeat something for me lol
So, tomorrow my grandpa gets his cancer cans back from his latest round of chemotherapy. If its working he is going to keep going even though he's felt terrible but if not he's just quitting the chemotherapy and pretty much waiting for his time.
Pretty strange feeling knowing your grandpa is pretty much gonna pick to live or die tomorrow. Not that I blame him in anyway if he quits. It's been a rough 2 years.
My Grandpa fought prostate cancer for many years. He decided to stop taking his cancer shots and his cancer spread and became lymphoma. That's one of the things that eventually killed him (along with COPD, bad heart, smoking for 60 years).
My Mom is considering applying for a teaching job in a town 20 minutes from here. For one thing, she's having conflict with coworkers at her current school, and the other job pays $8,000 more a year. We probably wouldn't be moving, because my Dad commutes the other direction. If Mom takes that job I certainly don't blame her. That other school pays more and is bigger. Bigger schools tend to have less of the small town politics her current school has.
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Cobb is on now.
This new layout sucks... At least on my phone.
Ill check it out on a computer later
I don't like the layout either.
My grandpas news came back. Not good. Gonna be a few months they think
this new layout has killed an fondness of mine attached to PSD.
Sorry about your grandpa Skippy. I know it's tough. I am down to one grandparent total.
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Thanks man. It's weird. Never had a situation where a doctor has told me someone in my family will die soon
this new psd updated board is tripping me out haha its so bright
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we knew a few weeks ahead of time for each that they were gonna die. its hard to know, but at least you now have the opportunity that few people get: you can spend extra time with him knowing the end is soon
Sorry to hear skippy. I haven't had that experience, but I'm sure it's tough and heartbreaking.
Also, I hate this new layout.
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Thanks guys. I'm actually somewhat glad to know some time in advance. Gives me a chance to spend more time with him, not just wake up one morning to find out he died.
I have a feeling there's about to be a lot of fighting in my family though. My psycho aunt won't accept this easily. She is one who would rather him just do higher dosage chemo and be miserable even though at this point there's nothing chemo or medication can do. Its been growing through several different chemo regiments. This last round it grew 25% percent in his lungs, kidneys and lymph nodes. But she's a psycho and will say he should keep going. It would be much better for him to be comfortable the next few months rather than continuing and being miserable for no reason