The ladies on the Community board led me over to you. 2 days ago I lost one of the most important people in the world, my grandfather, my Poppy. He raised my twin sister and I from birth. He was the most giving, caring man you'd ever met. He did so much in his life, he had so many friends not to mention our very close tight knit family. We were all there by his bed when he passed away. It was a surprise, earlier that day they were talking about getting him back on his feet. But between his lung cancer and the chemo, congenitive heart failure, diabetes, broncialitis, it was all to much for him and he had to let go. I was so glad to be there when he took his last breath, he knew we were all around him... the only way he'd want it. But at the same time, that moment in time will be etched in my mind, and heart forever. It's a scene I keep going over and over and it's not the part of Poppy I want to remember the most. My girls were his best friends, they are having a tough time but have lots of questions. Thank heavens for the internet, finding out the correct way to answer them. But they are ok. The memorial is on Saturday. My grandfather is being cremated and I found out that he won't be ready for the memorial which kinda of leaves a bad taste in my mouth. He had so many friends and business colgueges, we are expecting quite a crowd. We will be serving food and drink there so we don't have to go back to the house after... a God send for my grandmother. Anyway, I hope I fit in on this board. I go from good to bad in seconds. But for the most part, I wonder what is going to happen to all of us once the memorial is done... life is supposed to go back to normal, whatever that will be now.