As you know, my dad has had failing health the last few years. He was diagnosed with colon cancer a little over 6 years ago. Four of those years were pretty decent, all things considered.

The last two have been more challenging. And the last few months have seen significant decline.

We are now nearing the end of his fight. No more chemo– just palliative care at this point. He’s at home and has hospice care. It isn’t full time yet, as he’s still able to get around some.

But he’s slowing down and having trouble breathing, etc. Sleeping a lot. Not really eating. Thankfully there isn’t much pain.

Right now it’s about trying to maximize his comfort.

I’m trying to be here with him as much as possible. I have a computer so I can still do some work. But because his journey is unscripted, we aren’t sure how long he has. Which makes me worry as I don’t have endless vacation days to use.

I probably won’t post much more about this until it’s over. I just thought I should post some sort of update.

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6 Responses to Update

  1. Mark says:

    Hard days are ahead, and you are correct, they are unscripted.Having lost both of my parents much the same way, I understand your situation. Peace be with you and your father.

  2. Priapus Rex says:

    I wish you comforting moments of peace and love between you and your father. Losing a parent is not easy. Take time to care for yourself. I wish you both better days ahead. 🙏🏼

  3. truthspew says:

    My thoughts are with you. I’ve been through a medical odyssey with my guy – he was hospitalized two weeks ago. Came home with major leakage from the anal region. To the point where we visited the ER last night. Turns out he contracted C. Diff when he was in the hospital. I know why btw. Even though the hospital has signs everywhere about hand washing one thing struck me – nearly every medical practitioner grabs gloves with unsterilized hands. They should be sterilizing before they grab the glove, and sterilize the glove after they put it on. That would pretty much stop transmission of the nastier microbes.

  4. Mark in DE says:

    Not a pleasant situation to be in. I’m sorry for what you and your dad are going through and hope for both of your sakes that it isn’t slow. You’re in my thoughts. Sending you peaceful cosmic vibes.

  5. Chip says:

    My thoughts are with you during this difficult time.

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