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From: Rick
Date: Saturday, June 18, 2016 3:52 PM
To: Rick
Subject: Re: No doubt left
Mom's update: Last night, she told me that the night prior, just as she was about to fall asleep, she really "needed" to hear from Dad. She's been mostly deaf in her right ear for years. She swears that it was during a period many years ago, when Dad was hospitalized in CCU for a heart attack. After the procedure, we all experienced a very scary psychotic episode from him, due to a mixture of morphine and lidocaine. He was allergic and no one knew. It sent him over the edge. It took 8 people to hold down my 5'7" 150# Dad, until it passed. He was violently ill, screaming, cursing, etc, which was so very unlike him. During the period, he was screaming for my Mother who was standing near him in the hospital bed. She thought he just couldn't hear her, so she leaned closer to his face and she screamed into that ear and she's been mostly deaf ever since. Two nights ago, as she was "talking" to him and asking for a "sign," she says that her ear began to hurt so badly that it made her cry. She said the sound was felt as if it was going to make her ear drum explode. After several seconds, she said "Jim, now that's enough, it's hurting me." The noise stopped and the pain stopped. Yesterday, after work when I went to stay with her, she asked me why I was yelling at her. I wasn't. I was speaking as loudly as I usually did, so that she could hear me. After a few minutes, I discovered, after walking around to her "bad side," that she can hear very clearly now out of both ears. I don't know any other way to explain it. She explains it by saying "Dad did it." He's still amazing, ever in the afterlife. Dad, I miss you, but I'm glad you're still here to help me with Mom.

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