Wednesday, 17 March 2010

Lazy Days


Feline fluidity, I love it.

A peaceful day today, lots of sitting down with my girls around me, people bringing food and drink to me, and time and space to talk about the bigger things with doctors and nurses who understand them. I think we might be in the right place, with people who can see Mog as a whole person and as a part of her family, rather than as a collection of isolated issues and diagnoses. I wonder though why it takes a palliative care team to manage this, surely it shouldn't take thinking about the end of life to look at the whole of life?

Tia

3 comments:

Tina said...

Praying for the whole to be seen by the others.
Praying also for this respite to be all you need it to be.
Love and hugs

Doorless said...

Glad to see you have a good team on board. It is important.
Love the cat picture. Just awesome!

Kris said...

"surely it shouldn't take thinking about the end of life to look at the whole of life?"

so. well. put.

glad they are seeing the whole of her. this sounds like a great group of people helping you all along the way.

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