Three years ago, during the darkest time of her life, Airdrie mom Sarah Wilkinson told her two sons to say their goodbyes to their ailing sister Mia.
Then seven years old, Mia had just been revived from the longest seizure of her young life, thanks to a dose of ketamine (a potent drug used as horse tranquillizer, and known as Special K on the street) beyond the maximum allowed for children.
“We came home and my husband and I discussed how we were going to tell our boys,” said Wilkinson, still choking back tears from the memory.
“We sat them down and just said, ‘we’re not going to have her for much longer, so you need to give her as much love as you possibly can.’”
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