Monthly Archives: September 2013
To all you wonderful people: I spoke, this morning, with Mark Douglass of the Douglass Funeral Home in Lexington MA and, between the two of us, we hammered out arrangements for giving Pam her last goodbye.
Friends, dear, dear, friends: This morning, Monday September 30, 2013, at 1:10 am, Pamela Vitale Bradford reached the end of her journey of love and sacrifice and surrendered her spirit to the Ever Merciful Father. On hand and the end … Continue reading
Dear Ones, Over the past two hours, Pam has become more and more bothered by congestion. We’ve been on the phone with the Hospice nurses and they’ve been supervising me in the administration of Atropine. Our nurse instructed me to max … Continue reading
Pam has never wasted any time thinking about “what happens after”. She’s always kept her focus on the job at hand. Right now, though, the ‘job at hand’ is to pass away. My job, and the job of everyone else … Continue reading
Ladies and gentlemen; boys and girls, I mentioned in an earlier post that my wife’s weekend hospice nurse, the magnificent Karen, had explained to me that the process of Pam’s death has already begun. There are lots and lots of … Continue reading
Greetings, The way we’ve been working it, Angelique and I, is that one of us or the other is with Pamela all through the night. As I mentioned in another post, we’ve gotten into the habit of letting her spend … Continue reading