I am usually not this public about my personal life, but I feel like this is sort of part of my family so I will share. I didn't tell most people on here but my dad has 3 brain tumours and lung(sp?) cancer. He got diagnosed in december 2 weeks before x-mas. My mom and him went to Kelowna to get radiation therpy. After they got home he seemed better. He was put on steroids to help the tumours decrease. Although it may have helped, the steroids made him go a but crazy. He kept saying we have a million dollars, and we can buy anything we want. He was going to buy a bunch of EXPENSIVE things, like a house on the beach in vancouver, a mall here, and a big tractor. So we took him off that for a while, then introduced it in small ammounts. It worked fine. 2 weeks ago on friday I woke up to my mom yelling my name. My dad had just had his first major seizure. The tumours are growing. We took him to the hospital and got him some anit-seizure medicine. It made him sleepy, but he never had a big seizure again. He kepted getting worse after that. He had to have this thing attached to him because he was so weak he could to go to the bathroom. All he ate was water, pills, and protein drinks. He was definitly suffering. This morning I came up for breakfast and my mom said I should go see my dad after I was done because he was not doing well. A little shocked I finished my breakfast in a hurry, only to hear a nurse downstairs call my mom. Then my mom called me, as I walked in the door, it was the last time I would see my dad alive. He took his last breathe as I sat downbeside him. He died at 11:00 my time (mountain time of something) I'm glad that he died peacefully, instead of being in the hospital. My dads side of the family is coming tonight and tomorrow to help us. I just wrote this to ask everyone to pray that my mom and everyone will be alright through this. This is the hardest part of my life, I was so close to my dad, and to see him laying there, dead, broke my heart. I will never forget him, knowone on here knew him, but he was the most honest, thoughtful guy. He cared about his family and friends more than himself. If anyone wants to know more they can PM me. Thanks for listening and wish us luck. -Stephen p.s. sorry about the spelling errors and untidy paragraph.