If you have been reading my blog, you know that for the past months, my husband has been in Hospice. He is now in rapid decline and as our anniversary is just around the corner, I am not sure he will make it to that day. Certainly he will not be aware of it’s importance. But I will always have our wedding day tucked in my memory bank as one of the happiest days of my life.
As we spiral toward his remaining time on earth, I observe how hard he is struggling to muster strength that isn’t there. It’s painful to watch. He seems afraid and I wish he was able to comprehend the beauty and wonders that await him as he moves into his new life.
I am sad, tired and grateful and… I know in my heart I have done everything in my power to make his final time on earth a time of comfort. When it’s your turn to do this for someone else, I hope you can do your best too. You will never regret it and it will help you find peace.
I am going to be away from the blog for a bit until I can find the inspiration to write again. For now, peace and grace to you. Resting in the Trinity.
June 21, 2021