Its a new day, and I continue to deal with the situation.
By Bob DeMarco
Alzheimer's Reading Room
Her temperature is up a touch, so I am watching that closely.
She is not talking, although she occasionally says a few words.
She is not responding when I talk to her. Sometimes she opens her eyes, most times she doesn't.
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Dotty is continuing to decline slowly, but surely.
When I rub her right arm she doesn't like it. When I rub her left arm she seems to like it. She is not responding negatively to touch. She seems to calm when I rub her.
I continue to get liquid into her by by putting my thumb on the end of a straw. Sometimes she sucks on her end of the straw. She cannot draw water by sucking on the straw herself.
I need some advice, equipment, and help from the Hospice right now, so I intend to call them when I finish here.
The best I can say by using my eyes is that Dotty is comfortable, but slowly fading. She is very weak.
As always, thanks for the support.
Its a new day, and I continue to deal with the situation. It seems like the end is really near this time. But, with Dotty who knows.
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