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BRIAN PEPE was posted 09/30/2001 04:33 am by HEIDI AMOS
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TODAY WE LEARNED THAT OUR 34 YEAR OLD SON IN-LAW HAS INOPERABLE PANCREATIS CANCER. I DON'T KNOW ANY WORDS TO DESCRIBE THE PAIN OF THIS . HIS WIFE IS (MY 25 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER)A THIRD YEAR NURSING STUDENT,AND SHE NEVER SAW THIS COMING. THEY HAVE A FOUR YEAR OLD SON, HIS NAAME IS MAX , I LOVE HIM SO MUCH. EVERYONE TALKS ABOUT THE THE PERSON WITH THE CANCER, BUT HOW DO YOU TELL ,THE LITTLE BOY. THIS IS A NIGHTMARE. MY MIND IS CHURNING. HE HAS HAD ODD SYMTOMS FOR THREE MONTHS, AND NOW HE IS IN STAGE FOUR, JUST LIKE THAT. PLEASE PRAY FOR BRIAN,, HE IS A GOOD MAN, WHO LIVED FOR MY DAUGHTER AND HIS FAMILY. WHAT DO WE DO? P.S. MAX IS AMAZING. HE IS A TOTAL HAM, AND HE IS IS STARTING TO ACT UP AND IS CONSTANTLY TAAALKING ABOUT SICK AND DEAD PEOPLE.

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