Moments

Since my last post about entering hospice, there have been some powerful, meaningful moments.  I’ll share those below, but first wanted to comment on hospice.  I have watched a lot of friends die.  And in seeing this happen, I’ve seen so many that wait until they are suffering before
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Hospice

In the past several weeks, there have been multiple chest xrays, a chest CT scan, surgeries to put two semi-permanent drains in my lungs, and several doctor’s appointments.  The drains allow me (well, my mom, the best nurse ever!) to drain at home and ease my breathing issues (coughin
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