ShesMyGrama, I know it must be hard, but be consoled by the fact that she's had a long life and seems to be at peace with passing on. It's likely that she will slip into a coma at the end and just pass quietly. Hospice may give her a little morphine to help her at the end. They really are wonderful and I'm glad that you have them involved. They are the best at predicting when the end is near, so talk with them. That's why they're there...more for the family than the patient, in all reality.
Your Grama is a lucky lady to have so many loving helping hands in her final days.
God bless you and your family.
Hi, Candi. I'm glad that you spoke with hospice. As I said in my previous post, they are very knowledgeable about the dying process. I know they will be of great help and comfort to your family. I know how hard it is to let someone go that you love. I lost my favorite aunt last Dec. and was with her at the end.
Candi, I am so sorry. However, I'm glad that your granma passed peacefully. She was ready and knew you all loved her.
Wishing you peace and many blessings,