Wednesday, April 21, 2010


Well, Glenn's oxygen sats were at 88 on Monday, now they are at 74. We were told a few days ago that if he gets into the 60's we would need to start discussing "end of life"- you are never ready, you're just matter what you do or how hard you try to prepare- you are never ready. He cannot talk for very long or even stay awake very long. The nurse tells us his breathing is still labored.
Glenn & I and the hospice nurse along with the grief pastor were having this deep conversation about what Glenn wanted and stuff and Glenn says I have a questions and at this point he really hasn't said too much but yes and no and he says "What are all of you ladies gonna do now cause I have to really go to the bathroom.." we all cracked up. I hope there will never be any situation that we will not deal with using humor-if not I am in trouble.:)


  1. Okay -- so I stalk your blog :) --- and I'm learning. Learning about SPS and remembering what an incredible chica you are!

  2. My heart breaks for you and at the same time feels joy for the understanding and the perspective I know you both have.

  3. Reminds me of Bob Hope's comment, "I have seen what a laugh can do. It can transform almost unbearable tears into something bearable, even hopeful."