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One of the women I worked with just texted me that a dear friend has just lost her young husband to Covid. His name was Ron and her name is Mary. She is devastated. Please keep her in your thoughts. A reminder to everyone to please be careful. They do not know how he contracted it.

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springcross

I'm so sorry to hear this Spinner, what an awful shame. I will keep her in my thoughts and prayers have already been said. 🙏 x

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Gillyflower18 in reply to springcross

Thank you springcross. She needs all the support she can get at this difficult time.

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springcross in reply to Gillyflower18

I can quite imagine, it really is so sad. x

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Sorry that you have heard such sad news, my thoughts and prayers are with you all R. I. P Ron xx

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Hi Malmal. Your response came to me not Spinner, I thought I should let you know. x

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Thank you xx

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👍

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Malmal I saw your response. Thank you for your kind thoughts

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leo60

How sad, thoughts are with them xx

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Narwhal10

I am so sorry to hear this. My thoughts are with you and Mary at the great loss of Ron. X

Mary is in my thoughts. What a sad time of year to lose a loved one. 🙏🙏

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It's always the way isn't it how these horrible things always happen just before Christmas!

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So true. I remember my dad died right before Christmas too. It’s rough

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Back in 2018 just before Christmas then a colleague at my old job died of lung cancer and she was only 53 as well.

In 2017 I ended up just before Christmas in a and e with blood clots in my lungs which was a horrible experience.

Last year I lost my job just before Christmas as well.

Things always feel worse than they should be all for the simple fact that it's Christmas than they would do at any other time.

How's Angie the cat? Baby is fine and looking forward to her Christmas presents.

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I contacted her vet this morning. I had the option of going to medication w/o the endoscopy if I wanted. It was just to get a better idea of what she is reacting too. I going to do the meds. She’s just miserable and we need to get the inflammation down. Either way the treatment for inflammation would be the same and she needs to be able to eat like a normal cat. She can eat one day normally and then be sick and eating very little the next. The constant vomiting is affecting her meow she sounds hoarse all the time. Thanks for asking. She’s asleep in her chair right now poor baby.

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Cat girl I replied to you but somehow sent it to myself. I don’t know if you saw it.

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Hi I'm sorry about your friends loss, and your dad yes I can relate to bad things happening Xmas just before lost 2 cats step dad boxing day long time ago and spent Xmas day year before in hospital with mam's heart attack and pixie was dangerously Ill, just after but last year was extra special because we were both there and nothing bad happened take care xx

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I understand for sure! Just to have a Christmas that’s “normal” is a real gift!

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Marnie22

How sad. My thoughts and prayers are with them. 🌸

I'm sorry to hear that.

This shows that no covid doesn't discriminate.

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Gillyflower18 in reply to

No it does not. He was young and healthy.

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M1tz1

So sad to hear this. Praying with love.

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Gillyflower18 in reply to M1tz1

Thank you. I’ll pass it on.

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