We lost her unexpectedly on Tuesday. She was diagnosed with Leukemia the end of July. We all thought she would beat it. She is a vibrant, happy person. But worse case scenarios kept cropping up. The doctors had problems treating some of her issues because of the Leukemia. Those issues involved her liver and kidneys shutting down. We still kept hoping, but the late night phone calls were worrying. Then that one call came. After a 3 week battle, she was gone.
She leaves her parents, her husband of 32yrs and her two daughters. Till the end she brought her humor to those around her. I was not able to see her often, but she was a blast when she visited the barn one time. Roscoe thought she was great. She also enjoyed a drive with Rosemary even when it got exciting from sudden rabbit appearances.
|Roscoe loves Aunt Ann|
So if anyone has a drink on Thursday, raise one up for my Aunt Ann. The world is a dimmer place without her humor and love.
|Gone too soon|