It is nice to know that one of them is praying for me and all my twisted thoughts. She says my illness has twisted my memories. Perhaps it did. Since that person walked out of my hospital room, angry, many months after her racist comments, and never returned, we could not discuss anything. She never came back and never called after that night. She disappeared.
But now 6 years after the comments, she has reappeared angry over what I have said. I have never used names so she and her confident must remember the event - even if she says I have misspoken.
I was sorry to lose her friendship because of my illness or whatever reason she had for walking out of my hospital room. We had been friends for a very long time and I missed her. It took long time to come to terms with the loss. I eventually figured that out that the friendship was already over when I got sick. I had been living in another city previously and I came to terms with the fact that the friendship had ended while I was gone. Stuff like that happens. No one is to blame. The "iffy" friendship was not strong enough to endure the ensuing six months of my recovery, either.
I am very sorry that something I said here made her so angry. Politics do that. And so does racism.