I'm trying to find the words to express my dad. He went home on hospice last Saturday April 11th due to kidney failure as a result of many things but mostly due to Diabetes. Mary and I drove to AZ this week to see him. We made it in time to share what was one of his last lucid and aware moments.
We sat near his bed as he slept. He was in and out of consciousness and receiving a regular dose of morphine every 4 hours. His time on this earth came to an end yesterday. It's hard to face up to the fact that life on this earth is finite when it comes to someone you love. I was not prepared for the overwhelming flood of emotions that I have felt this week. I never thought I would weep out loud pumping gas or walking through Home Depot but I have.
As I think back on his life there are many things I am thankful forRead More