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Fully Alive While Waiting
Posted on January 21, 2015 by Greet Grief
There are a number of bracelets on her emaciated left wrist; some with crystal beads strung on elastic, another with tiny crosses and charms. The purplish-pink one with the letters DNR is the one I notice first. We are visiting … Continue reading →
Posted in Aging, Caregivers, death, Faith, family, Grief, Hardships, Lessons from others, Relationships, Transitions, Uncategorized | Tagged acceptance, aging, aunt, death, DNR, dying, elderly, faith, for, God, life, love, mother, rehabilitation, relationships | 2 Comments