#1
well a few weeks ago my nana(greatgrandma) who is 89, was diagnosed with leukemeia. then today she collapsed and had a stroke and she cant feel the left side of her body. now she lives in BC so me and my family are driving out there tomorow. this scares me so much. ive always had a connection with her so this is getting me alot. i feel so weird right now. do u guys know anything i could do? well anyway im sorry for this if its just wasting ur time. thanks 4 ur time
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#2
My father had a stroke when I was little...it paralyzed the left side of his body, and he had to go through months of physical therapy to be able to walk again....he died when I was in high school...so I kinda get a connection here.

Sorry about it, dude
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#3
I'm sorry to hear that.
I wish you and your gran the best of luck.
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#5
Sorry to hear that

Make the most of your time with her is all the advice I can give.
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#6
I'm sorry to hear that man. Just make the most out of the time she has left.
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#7
see, a jerk would say "here is a fake tear showing how much i fake care"

i will say "here is a real tear for how much i real care"
#8
We've all gotta go sometime man. It was bound to happen sooner or later, but keep your chin up. It's okay to cry, but don't let yourself mope around too much. One day, all you will remember are the good memories.
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#9
The only time you'd be wasting here is yours lol...

But seriously...I am sorry to hear that, but you must have known something was gonna happen at some point, right?

My best opinion on this matter is that I think you've got to prepare for the worst, but hope for the best.

Oh yeah, and really talk to her about some things.
Say for instance someone raped a virgin.
Can they also be charged for theft?
#11
Remember... Its not over until its over bud. Your grandma has a chance. If not im sorry...
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well a few weeks ago my nana(greatgrandma) who is 89, was diagnosed with leukemeia. then today she collapsed and had a stroke and she cant feel the left side of her body. now she lives in BC so me and my family are driving out there tomorow. this scares me so much. ive always had a connection with her so this is getting me alot. i feel so weird right now. do u guys know anything i could do? well anyway im sorry for this if its just wasting ur time. thanks 4 ur time

She time traveled? That's pretty cool at least.

But in all seriousness, I'm sorry. My grandma had a stroke recently, she seems to be forgetting stuff, and starts driving places and has no idea where she was going. Apparently she's also been thinking that me or one of her other grand kids is at her house. It's been worrying me a lot, so I've been visiting her more frequently.
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#13
Nobody cares.


Just kidding, of course we do...


...Be happy that she developed this so late in life, so it'll leave virtually no mark on her life. If you have a good connection with her then you going to see her is probably the thing that'll cheer her up most. The point is, no one knows exactly how much time anyone has left, so make every moment the best.
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