Reha Update

Thank you to all my family, friends, and readers for your continued concern about my friend Reha and for continuing to keep Reha in your thoughts as she is passing. I decided rather than answer each inquiry about Reha separately I would provide a blog post update for everyone.

Reha is still hanging on but the doctor said it won’t be long and he told her sister to notify any other family members she might have. Reha is on hospice too .…I stopped in to check on Reha yesterday before my therapist session and she was all alone and laboring to breath so I took her hand and told her I was there and told her if she was tired and needed to go she didn’t have to fight this anymore and could just let go. I thanked her for being my friend and such a good roommate to my mom and told her I love her. She did manage to squeeze my hand but couldn’t speak. I also asked the nurse for some of those little sponges on a stick that you can suave their mouth with so their mouth and lips aren’t so dry…I did that for my dad when he was passing and it seemed to easy him a bit. After my therapy session, I went back to check on Reha and her sister was sitting with her.

Shantel and I have our volunteer day at the Humane Society today at 10:00 a.m. but we are going to stop in and check on Reha before we go. I pray she will pass peacefully and quickly because it’s so hard to see someone you care about like this but I realize dying, like life, is a process and it has to run its course..

I will continue to keep you updated!

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Megs
    Sep 28, 2012 @ 18:59:29

    My sweet, sweet friend, youare one of Gods Angels & I am so thankful Reha has you in her life! Love you MORE!!!!!


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