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I know how difficult this time must be for you! I lost my younger sister to uterine cancer in 2005. I was so thankful for those last few hours with her. The memories are precious and they will bring you peace in time. Take care of yourself.
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Well as you all know my sister has sarcoma cancer. We found out March 15th. She was in the hospital and they put her in Pallative Care a few weeks ago. Well she became well enough that she was able to go home. I am so glad that I was able to spend about 2 weeks with her. She lives about 5 hours away from me. We even went out for supper for Mothers Day with our mom and families. But now the time has come that she had to go back in. The last few days at home she was sleeping most of the time and in alot of pain. She was not able to get out of bed. Last nite they were giving her the pain medication (morphine) every 30 minutes for pain. Finally they got the ambulance to come and take her to the hospital. She wanted to go. We know it only a matter of time now. I just hope that she does not have to go through too much suffering. She is such a beautiful, sweet, kind person. She would help anyone with anything. It is so unfair that this is happening. I wont be able to go back up until the time for the wake and funeral. I am so glad that I have such wonderful memories of the great times we had together over the so many years. There is 14 years between us but you would never know it. She was always so full of life. Always smiling and laughing. As hard as it is, I know that I have to stay strong for our 82 year old mom and the rest of the family. I thank you all for all your support and prayers.
Edited by: CAPERMOMOF3 at: 5/19/2011 (11:14)