Fay A. Posted February 11, 2006 Share Posted February 11, 2006 Hello all. My name is Mike and I'm Fay's younger son. She wrote out a message for you all but she does not have computer access. She writes: "To all my friends at LCSC, I said Hospice would have no part in my life or my death. And had others been as concerned about my final days as I was it would not have come to this. But the General Contractor left my home in so incomplete and disordered a state that I could not come home to spend my final days. He robbed me of the months of October, November, December to put my completed home into order & to make final memories for the birthday months - Halloween - Autumn - Thanksgiving - Christmas - New Years..... This may not seem like much to anyone else. But to me and my husband and children it was a lifetime of love and memories to hold us through the darker days to come. I want to see my dog. Because the work is incomplete and the electrical was shoddy and after all not permitted, it was not safe for the high dose oxygen system to be used in my house. so it is not just my comfort that must be considered. I have to think of the safety and care of others. It is just the way it is. For those of you with the disease: If you are in a two story house...MOVE to a single story if it is your intent to live out your life at home. When untreatable Pleural mets or effusions come in to bear on you, you will not be able to negotiate stairs at all. And High dose oxygen tanks stand about 4 feet High, 1.5 ft. diameter and there are 7 of them in my room to last for 3 or 4 days. Be good to one another, With Love, Fay Aguilar" I'll be checking mom's account from time to time passing messages along as I go. Sincerely, Mike Aguilar Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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