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I would be inclined to insist on having the car professionally shampooed. Vomit does linger forever if not cleaned professionally. You could phone up a car detailer and ask how much and then if it is affordable for you, give a certificate from the car detailer.
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roxie. my dad had broncagenic carcinoma (sp?) when i was battling my gbs. my mother and husband worked and i had to be there for my dad. he had four cancers in five years and passed away two weeks before i had to start chemotherapy myself. i didn’t think i could do it without him, but somehow i did. i think his spirit got me through it. i am an only child and i was daddy’s little girl, even though i’m 45. it was hard on me with the fatigue, walking with a cane/wheelchair, pain, numbness, tingling, etc. however, i somehow managed to drive him EVERYDAY to center city philadelphia for his radiation treatments and chemo. every monday. i can honestly say, now that he has passed; there isn’t anything i should’ve done or said to him before he left this earth. he truly knew how much i loved him and i truly knew how he loved me. guilt free. trust me, your mother will understamd your suffering as you understand hers. you are in my prayers my dear. i feel your pain.
with much love,