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Lord Willing Claudette is comi was posted 03/31/2005 06:29 pm by James Ward
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The plan now is we are going to bring Claudette home on Monday. I have a hospital bed set up for her. I have a wheelchair for her and 24 hour Nursing from a RPN. The big question is will she make it home. If today was any indication,she was out of it most of the day, her liver is shutting down, it may be touch and go but I believe the Lord will grant her this wish to die at home in peace. Tomorrow I have to go to the Cemetary to pick out our plots in their Cremation Gardens. It is a beautiful Old Cemetary in Ottawa where many of Canada's famous Scholar's ,Artists, Poets , Veterans and Prime Minister's and other Canadian politicians( guess we can't always choose our neighbours can we-just a little sick humour from a very tired individual). Thank you for all your prayers, we feel them and need them. God Bless.

James Ward ps I told her today that I would spend the rest of my life helping to fight PC and make people more aware of it, that made her smile

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