So, it’s come to this.
My latest hospitalization was May 21st to June 16th during which I had a lot of meetings and doctors and tests and treatments.
I left with my defibrillator function turned off (as it once was for many years) and also left on hospice care at home.
What does that mean? Well, for one it means the end of hospital visits. All treatments will be done at home unless an extreme emergency comes up. It means I have new nurses coming and aiding me in new ways and basically just keeping me as comfortable as possible. It means the end of my life.
Some people have seen me say I’m dying for quite some time now and perhaps believe I was lying. Apparently, I was fighting. And my body is losing the battle — quickly. I am deteriorating more and more each day, it seems.
On top of it all, I had to put down my cat Keenan on May 18th, right before I went into the hospital for all this and I couldn’t even be there with him. I had to have a friend take him to the vet and do a video-call with me so I could watch him die.
So… there’s not much else for me to say, I guess. I’m sure people will have questions and I don’t have a lot of answers. I just know that things are really starting to look like the end is closer than ever before and I wanted to let you know.
As always, thank you for your support and please enjoy yourselves and everyone else while you can.