Yesterday was a horrible day.
We had call from Francesco the Respiratory nurse to talk about 'End of Life Plan'
We knew that it was something that needed to be sorted out even if it's not imminent but never the less it was harrowing to say the least.
Normally a Hospice would be the place of choice to get the very best help but in these days of Covid and the possibility of another Lockdown it would mean that we would be unable to visit Tom should he be in there for respite care or end of life.
So we have opted for the home.
I'm sure you can imagine how upsetting this was to discuss and sort out but it's done and dusted now and in the meantime we carry on hopefully for a lot longer.
I'd like to say a big thankyou to all who have read and commented on the last post, it's nice to know that you understand and enjoy reading my posts, even the not so cheerful one's.
On a more uplifting note the cats are not a happy bunch at the moment.
Out next door neighbours thank goodness are like us and love the foxes and birds.
They leave a washing up bowl full of water on the wall for the seagulls who love nothing better than to have a lovely bath.
They also put out cat biscuits twice a day and we have crows, seagulls, magpies and jays visiting every day.
But, these biscuits are a beacon for all of the cats in the area. We are getting cats visiting the wall that I have never seen before.
As you might guess this is not to the liking of our five.