FYI: I was surfing on my TV last night. I paused on one of the Spanish channels, it was telemundo or univision. They are doing a SPECIAL on Terri Schiavo. I don’t know Spanish so I have no clue what they were saying in the commercial for it.
She never broke her promise.
Kaye O'Bara, who pledged to never leave her then-teenage daughter's side as the girl slipped into a diabetic coma 38 years ago, died at her Miami Gardens home this week -- in the same room she shared with her child, Edwarda, since 1970.
O'Bara, 80, died in her sleep. She had suffered for years from a cardiac illness that dated back to a heart attack in the early 1980s, said her niece Pamela Burdgick.
''I always wondered why she kept it up, and one time I asked her that question,'' said Ferguson, a sports copy editor at The Miami Herald.
''She told me she saw this as a sacrifice that was worth it, and that she would always be there for Edwarda,'' he said. ``She kept her promise to the end.''................