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By lurkingforacure On 2010.04.27 18:23
Last night I was informed that one of the parents in my son's preschool class had had a heart attack while bike riding and was in ICU. Very sudden and the family is in a panick, as one would expect. He may not make it as he hit his head when he wrecked the bike and had a seizure, and he is a young man.

Although I live with PD every day, part of my coping mechanism is that it is a long goodbye in the worst situation (that being that no cure comes along, something I hate to admit is a possibility but must acknowledge nonetheless). Things like this help me remember that we have a lot of moments together, and they can be what we choose to make them. I hope everyone here has lots of "million dollar moments" with their loved one, because you just never know.

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