chuvaness
Kids…..
Posted on

I adore children, especially when they’re tiny and don’t answer back.
A guest on BBC World was being interviewed about the South Korea impeachment via FaceTime when his little girl walks in.
He tries to push her away, but watch what happens when the cutest little baby rolls in in a walker.
It is so adorable.

0
Comments
How to tell if your patient will die
Posted on

I just visited my last grandmother in the hospital.
Like me, she didn’t eat vegetables and drank Coke until 2015. She is 93 years old.
Last March 4 at 4 AM, she went into cardiac arrest. It was a First Saturday.
No family was around to give consent, so the hospital staff automatically resuscitated her.
She is now brain dead.
As a devotee of Our Lady, I know she would have liked to have passed on a First Saturday, as I would too.
I’m glad I was able to hold her hand, kiss her head, and thank her.
It won’t be long now….

Many years ago I found this video which might be helpful to those watching over a loved one in the hospital.
I think it’s good to know when it’s time to call family and friends to come over and say goodbye.
I’m reposting this for my cousin Jay who is watching over Lola Liddy at the hospital.
This video will give you a clue if your patient is about to die.

9
Comments
Be very still
Posted on

Warren Buffet said, “The trick is, when there is nothing to do, do nothing.”
Today, I choose to do nothing. I have cancelled my appointments.
I have taken my shower and blowdried my hair because if I don’t, I will look like Medusa.
I’ll be in pajamas all day. I’ll be sitting in my office, waiting for my Lenten meal of ebi tempura and rice. A friend is coming to visit me.
Nurse Wanda will come tonight for my enema.
I will be very still today.

Because the Bible says, “The Lord will fight for you, and you have only to be silent.”
Therefore, I need not struggle today.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

3
Comments
123