With a Heavy Heart
I am not writing this for pity or for WA rank points but just as a means to vent. I have been planning to move to warmer climate and got a move date set with help and everything scheduled. Everything appeared to be ok. As I was preparing to tell my family, my mother goes into the hospital. She was discharged into hospice care. Trying to get her the care she needs, my father goes into the hospital and Dr. has an end of life chat with him.
I am now 1 week from the move date and both parents, on 2 different sea boards, are seemingly on their death beds. I have people in place and equipment rented for the move and I feel like a bad son leaving when all of this is happening. I can not, not go but I feel that I will not ever see my mother again, at least not alive. I do not think that I can get to see my dd on the west coast because of my physical condition. I find myself sighing a lot but trying to stay on course.
Is this like us in WA when we need to sacrifice the money for dues with bills mounting, believing that we are doing the right thing for our selves and families. My normal post would be checked by a couple of software checkers but I just needed to vent, whether anyone reads it or not. So, thank you for taking the time to read this post. I plan to take this time to strengthen my convictions and I hope that you have the same commitment to your goals.
God bless you all.