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Old 05-23-2015, 07:59 PM
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My wife and BIL decided yesterday it was time to see about Hospice care for my 91 Year old Mother in Law. She has been in a lot of pain the last week with Cancer in her pelvis. Her heart is to weak to have any surgery. My wife and BIL are taking turns spending the night with her and they have setters for the days. She lived a good and long life but is having a hard time now.
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Old 05-23-2015, 09:18 PM
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So very sorry to hear about your MIL. 91 years is a good run.

The hospice folks are true angels on earth and have hearts of gold. They made a big difference in my FIL last weeks.

I'll say a prayer for the entire family.

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Will say a prayer for you all. I know it's hard, my grandmother passed last September. She had been in a nursing home and had several medical problems herself.
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Prayers sent for your MIL and your entire family.
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It's good that she has her children by her side. God bless.
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Prayer sent to you and your family.
As Jeff mentioned, Hospice workers are truly angels on earth. They were a big help for my mother....
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Cannon, we will keep you and your family in our prayers, +1 on what Jeff said.
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My BIL called my wife this morning about 4;45 AM and said my MIL's breathing was labored. We went over there and was in the room with her when she past about 5:20. As stated before the hospice people were a real blessing, my wife regrets not getting them involved sooner. She had a good long life and pasted with her children at her bedside. Thanks for the prayers.
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