Posts Tagged lungs

Caregiver’s Story….A Body at Rest

As with all people, mom is going to die. I am not being morbid; I am being a realist. Now, mind you, I am not trying to hurry it along. I’ve told mom many times, at fifty plus years old, I am not ready to be an orphan. In attempt to extend moms life and quality […]

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Blue it Up or Pay it UP! Awareness for Pulmonary Fibrosis

My cousin challenged me to dye my hair blue for the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation. This challenge came right on the heels of the hundreds of ALS Ice challenges. We might feel like everyone is trying to pick the last dollar out of our pockets but, I realized that most people have a cause they wish everyone […]

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A Caregiver’s Story…. Too Healthy for Hospice?

No Nonsense stopped by and  pronounced mom in good health.  There is good news and bad news in that simple statement.  NN  is wondering if mom is too healthy for Hospice.  NN then proceeded to explain that even though mom may eventually have a down turn that she may not qualify to stay on Hospice.  […]

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