Discussion in 'Off-Topic Forum' started by dj_stick, Dec 12, 2004.
Try and think outside the box. The possibilities are endless.
There's a box?
i've lived outside the box... this is what everyone keeps telling me that is the cause of the problem.
It is not the cause of the problem, it is the window for opportunities.
Where i live, it's counter productive. If you don't follow the norms, rules, the "way it's always been"... you're the black sheep and to be avoided regardless of the otherwise perfect track records.
Eternal glory to you, Mr Collins!
Rest In Paradise Michael Collins
One day late, but a very happy birthday to the one and only - @Calliers ! Best of luck, mate!
You guys gotta stop getting so old...
Thank you soooooooo much, so many people remembered this time around, last year's was soooo quiet, this year I've lost count of the people who have sung me happy birthday so far, I am so humbled.
I'll try lol.
Às i have not been here too much recently. I have been currently running in & out the local hospital over the last couple of weeks.
Looking after my father who has been suffering with alziemers for the last 4.5 years.. went into hospital on Thursday.. gone through countless conversations with doctors etc. Due to several complications having to decide what is best for him... i come to it yesterday.
He peacefully passed away early this morning.
My sincere condolences, Mig. Through your caring posts, the old gentleman was one of our extended online family.
Sorry to hear that, Mig...
I'm so sorry Mig, so so sorry.
Ooops, I am probably the most late to send Birthday wishes to @Calliers . They say better late than never.
Happy Birthday, all the best, health and wealth and all wishes to come true.
I did not know your father and I do not know you Mig but I see your name here and my sincere apologies .......
MIG-31, I'm new to this forum and I'm a friend of Calliers. I'm so sorry to hear about your Dad. The passing of a loved one is never easy. My own Dad passed a year ago on 5/27/2020. He was 90 years old. I was with him as he passed, holding his hand. Think of the good times you had with him and all that he taught you. Those memories brought me peace. Our fathers will live on in our hearts forever. I pray that God will bless you with comfort in your mourning. Peace be with you.
I am 100% with you on this, My dad were two months shy of 89. Yes i am going to Dearly Miss him without any question.
I am also reasonably content now that he has passed on, Pleased he went reasonably Peaceful. But it were so difficult to go through many many phone calls from the hospital, when he went in and within three days to be called from the doctor he were placed on End of Life. within 18 hours roughly he passed on..
He were also Deaf & Dumb from birth, so Music did not mean anything to him. so this video is more for our family who loved and looked after him so much.
I think in hindsight since then it were simply his time to leave us.. Thank you.
Thank you for sharing the video/song. It was beautiful. I just received a notice from Legacy.com, which is a website for memories of Loved Ones, of the anniversary. I miss him but also realize he is now in a better place, free from bodily pain and the unrest that is currently in our world today.
I too spent many days over his last 2 years in and out of the hospital, back and forth with the doctors. I totally understand what you went through. When we made the decision for Hospice, it was made with Dad's wish. It was the better decision as Dad lived longer than expected and was able to pass in the peace and comfort of his own home.
Whether they go fast or linger on, death is never an easy event to contend with. I believe it is always harder on the surviving loved ones. Dad was at peace with his impending release from this life. Our lives have been blessed by those we have loved and lost. We are better people for having known them.
Be at peace Dear.
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