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wietepiet

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#7 - Was he high? Were the steaks high? Or was there a lot at… 08/19/2015 on A friend in need is a... 0
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#12 - Wait, was there a new ARK patch I missed? 06/28/2015 on I'm sorry +24
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#13 - My father mustered a small smile around his pale lips, wonderi…  [+] (4 new replies) 06/17/2015 on Reminder for fathers day +11
#60 - flyingcube (06/18/2015) [-]
Thank you for sharing your story it brought a tear to my eyes and I'm not the kind of guy to get teary eyed easily. I guess it means I love my father not that I didn't know but it confirms it.

In honor of your father I'm gonna hug mine extra strong next time I see him.
#48 - krazzykidd (06/18/2015) [-]
My heart goes out to you. Alzheimer's run in the family on my Fathers side, and I fear the idea that a day could come where he wont be able to remember my name. Your story brought me to tears, and my condolences go to you, and your family.
#30 - anon (06/18/2015) [-]
I feel for you deeply, I'm so sorry to hear something so saddening.
#19 - faggotishshit (06/18/2015) [-]
I definitely did not cry while reading this.

I definitely don't lie to myself often.
#12 - It’s hard to understand in such a short description, but my …  [+] (5 new replies) 06/17/2015 on Reminder for fathers day +11
#13 - wietepiet (06/17/2015) [-]
My father mustered a small smile around his pale lips, wondering why we were all there. We hugged him and said some sort of goodbye. Trying not to cry. All the while he had no idea what was happening. He liked to have us there with him though. I am still unsure if he really didn’t know or had a faint idea of what was going on. After our goodbyes the house nurses (not sure what you call them) administered the sleep inducing liquid.
We would take turns watching over him, day and night. Two days later, a Sunday, I had the nightwatch. I kept myself awake with films, lying on the couch. My father on the bed behind it.
Early in the morning, somewhere between 6 and 8, his breath became very, very slow. He drew breath about 3 times an hour and although I wasn’t sure what was happening I didn’t think too much of it. This was the man who would be a 120 before he would rest! But he did not. When my mother came to take over the shift he was… he had passed on. Things were set in motion and I don’t want to get into details.
I cried only during the cremation, actually scared that I had lost my emotions over the years.
Although my father was gone, he remembered who we were till the very end. For which I am thankful. He loved us dearly. He loved me, he loved my little sister, he loved my big brother. He loved my mother the most, which should be clear if you read the story so far. We loved him. This father’s day, just… spend time with the people close to you. Things can be set in motion without notice and the chance to have a fun day together can be lost without you knowing it. I’m… done. Please have a good day.

I don't care red thumbs, or whatnot. I kind of feel glad I told this to someone random on the internet. If you read this whole thing, well. Thanks I guess :')
#60 - flyingcube (06/18/2015) [-]
Thank you for sharing your story it brought a tear to my eyes and I'm not the kind of guy to get teary eyed easily. I guess it means I love my father not that I didn't know but it confirms it.

In honor of your father I'm gonna hug mine extra strong next time I see him.
#48 - krazzykidd (06/18/2015) [-]
My heart goes out to you. Alzheimer's run in the family on my Fathers side, and I fear the idea that a day could come where he wont be able to remember my name. Your story brought me to tears, and my condolences go to you, and your family.
#30 - anon (06/18/2015) [-]
I feel for you deeply, I'm so sorry to hear something so saddening.
#19 - faggotishshit (06/18/2015) [-]
I definitely did not cry while reading this.

I definitely don't lie to myself often.
#11 - Story time while I blink away a tear. Some years back…  [+] (6 new replies) 06/17/2015 on Reminder for fathers day +14
#12 - wietepiet (06/17/2015) [-]
It’s hard to understand in such a short description, but my mom was my father’s everything. He could not understand the situation and the only thing he could cling to was his wife. This was his… ultimate sacrifice, and it still pains me to think about those words. He wanted to leave, where he would rot away and forget us, where he would be put in an institution. Where he would probably wither away faster. For my mom’s sake. This is love.
My mother decided to stay in the end. But she would need help. And my father had to leave a few days a week to do something in a place specialized in keeping people occupied with small and frivolous tasks. He complied.
Of course he forgot this within hours, but we could convince him and things seemed more positive.
Somewhere along the way, my father was –whatstheword- with myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS). In short a disease that disrupts the production of blood cells. My father had terribly low blood values.
Time skipping forward, my dad became weaker, more forgetful. It was not the man he used to be. But for me It became the image I would remember him by. The years clearly leaving their mark on how he would be remembered.
I’m skipping some more, I’m done with typing. I want to focus on the fun things in live and this is just making me uncomfortable to type about.
My dad has become too weak to walk. If my mom leaves for the toilet he would stand up and search for her, shouting her name. I would have to come over and help the stubborn man back to his chair after he almost collapsed on the ground before gripping something to keep his balance.
Wheezing, weak, but he still remembered who we were. And he still tried to talk to us. It was all he could do.
At some point the MDS, his medicine for his many other afflictions and the Alzheimer made his life expectancy drop to a couple of weeks. My mom, ever by his side, wanted him to live a life. What is life worth if you can’t live it? It was my dad’s wish not to ‘’drag on’’. Which set her for a though decision, to put him to a form of sleep in which he would peacefully move on over the course of a week or at least multiple days. Or make him continue his bedridden life of uncertainty. At this point he could not even go to the toilet by himself. I remember because one night I awoke to the sound of a bang of the door and my father falling on the tile floor. When my mother and I tried helping up, asking what happened. He had already emptied his bladder. The life he was living was of no ‘’worth’’ so to speak. And it pained us.
We let him sleep. We gathered everyone for a ‘’final’’ goodbye. I also had a brother who lived outside of the house. He was physically and mentally injured at birth and was in a wheelchair. Explaining everything to him was another burden my mother had to bear. He was there as well, of course..
#13 - wietepiet (06/17/2015) [-]
My father mustered a small smile around his pale lips, wondering why we were all there. We hugged him and said some sort of goodbye. Trying not to cry. All the while he had no idea what was happening. He liked to have us there with him though. I am still unsure if he really didn’t know or had a faint idea of what was going on. After our goodbyes the house nurses (not sure what you call them) administered the sleep inducing liquid.
We would take turns watching over him, day and night. Two days later, a Sunday, I had the nightwatch. I kept myself awake with films, lying on the couch. My father on the bed behind it.
Early in the morning, somewhere between 6 and 8, his breath became very, very slow. He drew breath about 3 times an hour and although I wasn’t sure what was happening I didn’t think too much of it. This was the man who would be a 120 before he would rest! But he did not. When my mother came to take over the shift he was… he had passed on. Things were set in motion and I don’t want to get into details.
I cried only during the cremation, actually scared that I had lost my emotions over the years.
Although my father was gone, he remembered who we were till the very end. For which I am thankful. He loved us dearly. He loved me, he loved my little sister, he loved my big brother. He loved my mother the most, which should be clear if you read the story so far. We loved him. This father’s day, just… spend time with the people close to you. Things can be set in motion without notice and the chance to have a fun day together can be lost without you knowing it. I’m… done. Please have a good day.

I don't care red thumbs, or whatnot. I kind of feel glad I told this to someone random on the internet. If you read this whole thing, well. Thanks I guess :')
#60 - flyingcube (06/18/2015) [-]
Thank you for sharing your story it brought a tear to my eyes and I'm not the kind of guy to get teary eyed easily. I guess it means I love my father not that I didn't know but it confirms it.

In honor of your father I'm gonna hug mine extra strong next time I see him.
#48 - krazzykidd (06/18/2015) [-]
My heart goes out to you. Alzheimer's run in the family on my Fathers side, and I fear the idea that a day could come where he wont be able to remember my name. Your story brought me to tears, and my condolences go to you, and your family.
#30 - anon (06/18/2015) [-]
I feel for you deeply, I'm so sorry to hear something so saddening.
#19 - faggotishshit (06/18/2015) [-]
I definitely did not cry while reading this.

I definitely don't lie to myself often.
#9 - Witty comment here. I can't think of one...  [+] (1 new reply) 06/16/2015 on Pokemon +82
#22 - anon (06/16/2015) [-]
The Lannisters send their regards

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User avatar #17 - rrenierr (01/17/2012) [-]
meer nederlanders :P
#18 to #17 - wietepiet (01/17/2012) [-]
Haha yes! :P
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