OT:MomUpdate - sad news

My mom passed on Monday morning surrounded by her family. I had
received a call Sat. at 4am that she was back in the hospital. We
managed to get on a standby flight and spent Sat. and Sunday with her
while she was still fully aware. She wanted nothing but to go home. At
first, it didn't seem that it would be possible, since it was a sunday
and there was difficulty getting the pain meds, but the hospice nurse
moved heaven and earth and made it happen. It was was she wanted and
she is now with my Dad and at peace. I will be home on Friday.
Linda
PATCHogue, NY
Reply to
Witchystitcher
I's so very sorry Linda. I'm glad you were able to be with her and she was able to be home. My sincere condolences to you and the whole family. You are in our thoughts and prayers. I hope your mama had a good life that was full of love. Hugs, TAria
Reply to
Taria
I'm so sorry... How blessed that you were able to get there in time to be with her in her last hours. Every time I hear another story about Hospice workers/volunteers... I am more and more impressed with how well they do their job. To be able to allow your mom to pass at home in the way she wanted is truly a blessing indeed.
Prayers to your entire family.
Reply to
Kate G.
Thank God for those hospice nurses, I don't know what we would have done without ours either. Hugs to you, my dear. Rest when you get home, you'll need the energy. I'm so glad your mother can rest now, and be with your Dad. And to have what she wanted at the last, how marvelous for her.
Karen, Queen of Squishies
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Karen, Queen of Squishies
Sincere condolences Linda, on the death of your Mom. How wonderful that you managed to get there to spend some valuable time with her and that the nurse managed to get her home. . In message , Witchystitcher writes
Reply to
Patti
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Linda, I'm so sorry for your loss! I'm glad your mom's passing was peaceful and that she was able to be where she wanted to be. {{{{Hugs}}}}
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Sandy
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Reply to
Charlotte Hippen
Linda, Take care of yourself as you slowly adjust to this huge loss. Gentle hugs and prayers to you at this very difficult time. Pat Virginia
Reply to
Pat in Virginia
You have my condolences, Linda. What a difficult thing to go through. I'm glad you were able to be with her.......
Laurie G. in CA
Reply to
Laurie G.
Linda I am so sorry for your loss. But it's a wonderful thing that she was able to pass away with her family around her and at home. God bless hospice and you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Reply to
Debi Matlack
Linda,
I'm so sorry for your loss, but bless that hospice nurse who was able to get your mom back home. We'll keep you and your family in our prayers.
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Louise in Iowa

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