Tootles are you ok?...

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  1. Anthea M

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    I think Toots is taking his time, it's a big decision he has made and can't be easy, he knows we are hear when he feels like sorting us all out, I am sure he will be back when he's ready.
     
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    Eh? what happened? :cautious:
     
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    Indeed. Puts some of the squabbles on here into perspective. :unsure:
     
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    My father new he was not at all well but chose to ignore it as long as he could. He was not going to be pulled about from pillar to post. He enjoyed the last months of his life and when the time came he was taken into hospital and died a week later. It gave him time to sort things out for the family. He died with great dignity aged 83. So Toots, I cant advise you, but I wish you the strength to do whatever way you chose. God bless.
     
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