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How are you doing today? :hug2:

 

Feel free to send me a PM if you still feel like talking to somebody. I do live in a totally different time zone, but I'll answer you.

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I think it matters, you are brave for sharing and I hope you are feeling better.

But (and don't slap me!) this is kind of Neil's corner of the forums?

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I think it matters, you are brave for sharing and I hope you are feeling better.

But (and don't slap me!) this is kind of Neil's corner of the forums?

 

Main reason I posted it here is cause Neil is one of the things I was feeling sad about. But if I post things in the wrong place feel free to correct me and I'll put it in the right place in the future.

 

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Hi Charlotte and others that are having a bad week. Many times i would like someone to talk too so i come here.I dont have cancer, but i can feel for those that do. God Bless.

You all matter. :heart: :rose:

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Hi Charlotte.  I'm 'new' here in that I was here years ago and just came back to start posting again (I think my member number is 71, so that tells you how old I am LOL).  I totally understand how you feel.  I returned here, in part, to commiserate with people who are having the same feelings about this as I am.

 

I am still not dealing well with his passing.  I guess it's the typical stages of grief where some times I'm fine (and can listen to 'The Garden' without crying) and times where I can't.  There will be random things that should be totally normal to see or hear - like a stupid click bait type video on YT talking about him - that end up making me bawl. 

 

And the dreams - lord the dreams!  At least once a week (though usually more if I'm honest), he pops up in a dream - like I knew him and we're friends or something and doing random stuff.  

 

I guess for a lot of us, the day he died will become like the Challenger disaster or 9/11 in that I'll always remember where I was and what I was doing when I heard.  His sprawling legacy is comforting to me (about the only thing that is).

 

But we can have each other, right?  Fellow Rush fans to talk to and be friends with - that's part of the legacy too, I think.

 

xoxo

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