nonnaB 4,752 Posted April 1, 2017 Report Share Posted April 1, 2017 I second everything that has previously been said. Cancer is a terrible illness that not only affects the person concerned but the whole family. The initial shock is being told and it takes time to take in. Make the most of the time you have together and enjoy each others company to the full, maybe remembering the funny and enjoyable things you did together. When my brother was terminally ill I remember when we were kids and spent our school holidays at our grandparents who lived by the sea. We went fishing in the local park and my brother was trying to catch a big stickleback and he reached too far and fell in. A couple fished him out and asked if he was ok, I shouted back to them " he's got his best suit on". Silly I know but I was more worried what my mum would say. Give a big hug of friendship to your wife from me and I'm sure from the rest of NS. And a hug of comfort and courage to you. Stay strong and positive for her. 7 Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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