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Sometimes, things are complicated

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Hey everyone,

I’m back from a hurriedly planned week-end visit to family members, in another town (I wasn’t here these last days, these were scheduled posts).
We were visiting a sick relative, who needed moral support more than meds.

I’ve really seen the difference it means, even when it’s for for someone who’s never begged for attention. It may mean the world.

So, I apologise to post it on, but I wanted to make, just this time, this pontificating post :
Boys, girls, remember to tell the ones you love, that you love them, precisely. Tell them. Phone them, send a postcard, visit them, tell them. Sometimes, even if you didn’t know, that will have mattered, made a difference. We can’t know how long things may last, all in all, I think it’s worth it :)

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Family and real life is much more important than any of this. I'm reminded of the quote by Lee Iacocca:

"No matter what you've done for yourself or for humanity, if you can't look back on having given love and attention to your own family, what have you really accomplished?"


TFW the last thing I told my sister before she died was her husband's an asshole ;_;

Oliver AKA The Admin

I can't really comment… Maybe it was for the best…


… we love u oliver, just saying

Oliver AKA The Admin



I can concur with all this. When my dad was recovering from brain seizures and a stroke from a brain tumor; having my family take shifts watching over him at the hospital protected him from getting unnecessary medicaton, keeping him calm, and giving a weary hospital staff rest. Everybody needs that support network, even if all you do is change one diaper or help with one bathing. Ironically though, I used to access this site and read some of the mangas on my tablet while in the hospital. Seems inappropriate, but at that time I just needed some semblance of my normal life while in there, and reading short mangas helped me keep some of my sanity.

Oliver AKA The Admin

Here, have a warm, though virtual, hug !


Thanks, oooh, you smell like cinnamon…*sniff* and some other mystery odor.