Keepin it Real
that thing called
Now I’m listening
and I want you to talk here
openly, truthfully, honestly from your heart.
Share your stories with the world,
from your experiences
sign anonymous if you want to
or sign your name,
and share it with us.
the great, the good, the not so good
or the horrible.
We’ve all got stories,
from the wee ones who live but days to weeks; to the teenagers, the young adults, the ones who mirror our own ages,
to the elders.
Those who love them, are friends with them as patients as caregivers, the professionals who are paid to provide care, and support, who sometimes go beyond to make dreams come true
while other times referral to Hospice comes in the last hours of life
where families are devastated
or diagnosis is made late
or denial is more than a river that runs through nervous systems
and families fall into distress.
What is your experience of
a word that is powerful, a concept of care, not a place to die,
but a word that is about LIFE and living up until the moment you transition to the next place with all the support that you need for a patient and all who love them.
I’m listening, and I want to know
Keep it real!
Walk in Beauty,
Remembering so many today
and hoping those who work in the world of hospice are living the mission and vision of those incredible pioneers and founders