Haven't posted for a while, and not at all on this new site, but just to give an update. I think the last time i said my wife was going to be 'hospice at home' palliative care. Well that has changed and she has now been in the hospice 2 weeks. Staff are lovely and apart from the reason she is in there - you couldnt think of a nicer place to stay.
Our daughters and her siblings from all over the world have visited and yesterday we thought she wouldnt pull through - but she did and today she is feeling much brighter and i have taken her for a spin in her wheelchair.
She had 5 litres of ascites drained 3 weeks or so ago and i guess she is building up to pretty near that again. She has very bad Oedema and this prevents her from standing, let alone walking.
Yet with all this she remains the most beautiful, caring and humble person i have ever known. I dont think she has too long left and i will die inside the day her battle ends, but i think god that i found her 44 years ago.
Take care everyone, and ANNIE - good luck at the Marsden, hope it works out for you.