Monthly Archives: October 2018

Happy Halloween!

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Trying to Catch Up

Orgo Chem leveled up this past Wednesday and nearly broke my brain. Friday wasn’t much better. I just got caught up today on all the Orgo Chem stuff I was behind on due to my Mom and then my Goddaughter … Continue reading

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Eating My Favorite Soup

Mm it tastes like happiness. Too bad I can’t feel that too. Just have to keep tasting it, that is the best I can do. (For the record, my favorite soup is butternut squash without pepper. Panera Bread’s Autumn Squash … Continue reading

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Sahara’s Obituary

*deep breath* Okay, here we go.

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It’s Too Much

3 funerals in 2 weeks. 4 funerals in 5 months. 5 funerals in 1 year. Okay 2018, you can be over now. I’ll give up this Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Winter snow. Let’s jump right to 2019 and stop decimating … Continue reading

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Mom Obituary

Though the picture looks better in color: Marjory German’s Obituary See? GERMAN, The Honorable Marjory A. (Collins) Of Arlington, MA, October 4, age 67. Daughter of the late Oreese and Edna Collins. Loving mother of Jennifer M. German of MI. … Continue reading

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Exhausted

Exhausted is when you sleep 9 hours, wake up and eat, and are still tired. I shall try not to use that word improperly anymore.

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At 7:58pm last evening (Oct 4, 2018), Mom passed away

At 7:58pm last evening (Oct 4, 2018), Mom passed away. She was comfortable and transitioned peacefully. Thank you all for your thoughts, prayers, and words of encouragement and support. Visiting hours will be on Monday October 8 from 3:00 to … Continue reading

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Vigil

We are in vigil now. I went and saw Mom yesterday. Played music for her. Reminisced. Reassured her. She will be well remembered.

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