It's on Hulu Plus.
Paying for commercials, meh.
I don't care if your mom was on hulu plus.
I wouldn't get it.
You can get the free month trial and cancel.
She's dying. She has a blood condition where her body has stopped producing white blood cells, which fight off infections. Within a month, she'll have none left. She needs a bone marrow transplant to have any chance, but those are seldom successful without a blood relative as a donor. Which, as you may know, she doesn't have.
She has about a month, maybe less. Her facebook post as of yesterday says she was checking into the hospital, probably for the last time. She may not be online much again.
Oh my God. That's terrible. I'm so sorry... ****.
I've never really known someone and had them die before. My grandparents all died before I was 12, and the one who lived that long had Alzheimer's and never really recognized me. I did have a friend from high school die in a car accident, but that was different. I hadn't seen him in a couple of years, and it was just the shock, the funeral, and it was over. I think the closest thing I've ever had to anything like this before was my childhood dog dying.
So if I've been a little more crabby than usual lately, this is why. I don't know how to deal with losing someone I care about. It's something I've never really had to deal with before.
She told me about 2 weeks ago. I just swallowed really hard when I saw that post of yours from 2/1 that I quoted. I chatted with Rosa an awful lot. I really admire her personal strength and perseverance. Those are traits I wish I had. I leaned on her a lot more than she leaned on me.
And I'm not gonna be okay if and when we get the news. It's gonna be a really bad day, and maybe you know that my bad days tend to be a little worse than most people's.