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Spending my days and nights at the hospital

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Wondering if we should have let her die peacefully in her bed at the Assisted Living...is it worse for her to be 91.5 and in a hospital bed being pumped full of IV fluids and antibiotics...I answer to a Higher Power and want to to the right thing for my Mum. She’s not eating or drinking and what they do get in her she vomits. Waiting for her morning labs...
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  • SUSANYOUNGER
    Prayers for your mom and you.
    733 days ago
  • _LINDA
    When my grandmother had her final stroke, it was in the care home. We had the chance to say our goodbyes, but Mom wouldn't let me stay with her until she passed :-( I hated the thought of her dying alone. Would the home allow your Mum to be brought back critically ill?
    735 days ago
  • CARRIEMETODAY
    Hoping the labs will give you the answers you need. Stay strong for her and yourself!
    736 days ago
  • MEADSBAY
    What are your Mum’s chances of regaining her meaningful life at this point?
    What would she have wanted?
    My adored mother made sure we all knew to let her go when it was time and she died peacefully at 80 with all of us around her.
    My best to you.
    ❤️
    736 days ago
  • JOHNMARTINMILES
    Hang in there. Our thoughts are with you!

    Keep on keeping on!

    Make today the greatest day of your life…
    emoticon Until tomorrow!


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    There is little difference in people, but that little difference makes a big difference. The little difference is attitude. The big difference is whether it is positive or negative.”
    W. Clement Stone
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    736 days ago
  • BIGRENTMAN
    We are praying
    736 days ago
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