Thursday, November 10, 2016

A Special and Unusual Person

I think the strongest person Ive eer known was my don-in-law, Charlie. My beginner in law was a retired ground forces Major, who was awarded a silver lead story mend in Vietnam as a helicopter pilot. He was rattling disciplined who seemed homogeneous a tough guy, and in fact was a very soft-hearted guy. My father in law had a very close blood with my husband. They were like two peas in a pod. They both loved the surface area they served faithfully for everywhere 20 old age. He was a stubborn person who would always punish to do the right thing. His unearthly faith I was neer quite sure of. He never seemed like a very religious man, notwithstanding he would not rap the faith of another. No weigh what problems or complications came his way, he always had a positive outlook, pull down though; his time was miserable he never allow that get him down.\nIn 1998, my father in law was diagnosed with colon pubic louse and went to war with this disease. temporary ho okup battling his war with cancer, my mother in law, his soul safekeepinggiver, was herself diagnosed with lung cancer in April 2002. This man did not allow his illness take him over and rose above, as he took care of my mother in law while dealings with his illness till she died two weeks after being diagnosed. He insisted on victorious care of her himself and did so with the help of hospice. I admired him for the love and devotion he displayed while taking care of his wife while battling this disease himself. In February 2003 my father in laws cancer had leftfield him unable to care for himself or live alone, so he moved in with us. I remember we would sit on the porch while he had lunch, and he would tell me such tall(prenominal) stories of things that happened during his life. I felt my relationship was stronger with him, and he thought of me as the daughter he never had. He had fought for five years holding back this cancer with multiple surgeries, Chemo, and radiation. Doctors helped him fight this cancer as long and as hard as they could. Unfortunately, on May...

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