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Old 02-27-2015, 02:37 PM
Location: SWFL
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My husband did not want a wake nor a funeral, so her got neither. I saw my husband's dead body at the hospice and to me, he looked wonderful. Except for being dead of course. As his cancer got worse and his organs shut down, his complexion turned a mottled black. When he died it returned to "normal" except for the yellowish tinge, but that was better than the black.

Don't know why I am talking about this, I never have to anyone before, that I can remember. "The spirit moved me" so to speak.

See, time does work wonders. I have my sense of humor back which I am so grateful for.
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