Nancie had Lung Cancer that had spread to her brain. She fought it until she could no longer physically fight it anymore, along with the help of Hospice and her Biological Daughter, who became her Medical Power of Attorney, Nancie won her WAR with Cancer. Yes she did pass away, but problems thst she struggled with all her life were finally given closure. Nancie was granted peace.
Here is her story:
She met her husband Mosey through our Aunt Eleanor and it was love at first sight. Her and Mosey had their problems and she eventually came back home pregnant with her daughter Lisa, but she never really got over Mosey. In fact his picture was in the room with her when she died.
My sister Nancie was my best friend, and I could go to her for anything. She practically raised me. So many things will remind me of her now that she is gone. Roses, she loved roses, and Elvis, and Stephan King. Most of all I would say Nancie loved her family.
Her two daughters Lisa and Debbie and the third one who she doted on as if she were her daughter Chloe. Her grandchildren. Jacob, Matthew, Gabe, Shayla and Bella who’s smile can brighten up any room.
Nancie fought Cancer to the bitter end. She loved and cared for her children and wanted to make sure all was right before she left.
There was just one thing she wanted personally for herself before she could pass on, and only Matthew could give that to her. Matthew had finally understood that Nancie was his Grandmother, and he went to her deathbed and called her Grandma Nana and kissed her goodbye. She had found closure, and all her loose ends were tied up.
Nancie passed on while holding Lisa’s hand, together they visualized the River to Crossover and how she was to be restored. With a Kiss Goodbye and affirmations of her good Mothering skills, Nancie passed away.
She is free from suffering, free from pain. Many things were revealed to her along her journey. Cancer didn’t win. Nancie Won.