“Monday, Monday”

Lucy is still hanging tough though her body is slowing down even more. She is managing to wake up for short intervals. Both of her sisters were over today and Lucy managed to smile at them. Even something as simple as smiling or speaking a few words saps her energy. She is resting comfortably and seems very peaceful. Lucy had an aide over to clean her and the hospice chaplain stopped by for a few minutes. For Lucy, that was a very busy day.

My parents came back today. They left early yesterday afternoon because of bad weather that was rolling into their area. Steve and Liz had dropped off a nice Easter dinner on Saturday. My parents and I enjoyed that tonight.

Tomorrow her nurse will be by to check on Lucy. A hospice volunteer is coming over to give me a chance to run errands for a couple of hours. I may choose to nap instead.

Today’s post title is from a 1966 song by The Mamas and The Papas.

Thank you for your caring! Lucy and I deeply appreciate that!


Filed under cancer battle, family, hospice, music

2 Responses to “Monday, Monday”

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Ken,

    Please, please do not hesitate to to ask for help. I can run errands cook clean or just listen. God bless!


    Hugs to Lucy and you

  2. Hugs all around – to you, Lucy, Uncle Kenny, and Aunt Hazel. I am glad that your folks have been able to stay with you. I’d be there too, given the chance. Love you all.

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