13-03-2019 06:07 PM
thank you @Sherry
yes the doctor said to keep an eye on it
yes talked about thelack of sleep but the doctor was not too worried about it, hopping it will settle down again next week when family and everything kind of gets back to normal @Darcy
hello @outlander xxxxxx
13-03-2019 08:51 PM
It is hard making decisions, but extra difficult when so many health issues complicate things @Shaz51
15-03-2019 07:18 PM
soooooo hard my friends
tonight is family BBQ -- mr shaz does not wat to go -- BUT
tomoorow will be a long hard day , need strenght
mum is not coming to the wake tomorrow now , i know mr shaz does not want to go to the wake
soooooooo many decidisins
15-03-2019 07:42 PM
Would you feel comfortable going on your own @Shaz51 ?
15-03-2019 07:43 PM
I don`t mind going on my own @Darcy
if mr shaz wants to comes , that is ok too xx
15-03-2019 07:56 PM
Mr Darcy often complains but will go out @Shaz51 I just keep an eye on when he has had too much.
15-03-2019 09:10 PM
Hearing you @Shaz51
With so many vulnerable with serious illness, its best to do what is right for each individual. You might actually gain more benefit from going alone, than worrying about your mother and Mr Shaz. It can be more authentic than them stressing or doing it out of obligation.
Take a few of us in your pocket for company of the wake gets hard. It really is about you and your uncle and sharing some of the grieving process with those present on the day. It can be surprising.
Focus on your grief process, remembering his life and why you care, not only other people.
16-03-2019 10:27 AM
Thinking especially of you today @Shaz51 .
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