So this is is that post – or probably will be. I am in hospital in Mackay – the palliative care hospital. As you know I had pneumonia in January. I never recovered from the water in my lungs. So this may be the final or close to final post I write.
I know I leave a lot of unfinished business and I’m sorry. There was a lot I wanted to get done and didn’t, although it feels like I had lots of time to do it. Please keep my website going as best you can – articles, book reviews, course reviews, and general discussion. I’m sorry I won’t make parties (probably not even mine!) but I will always be there in spirit.
I am not gone until there is no one left to remember me, and I’m fairly sure that no one is going to do that in a hurry.
The fact is, I’m in so much discomfort right now – not pain, but discomfort – that I am ready to go. The Lord is waiting for me and I can’t wait to spend eternity with Him. I just can’t bear the discomfort here on Earth right now. Does that sound pathetic? Maybe. But I can’t stand it.
And the reason I’m so ready to go is because of everyone else. I’m in the process of saying the big goodbyes and I’m so grateful for everythinig that everyone has done for me over the past quarter century. I am so blissfully happy that there is nothing else that would make me happier. There is no way to further increase my happiness, so I’m ready to go. It is for everyone else that it is so difficult.
Thank you for taking on the burdens of my death – especially my family and Jason and all the people who will be inconvenienced (and that is many). Jason has all the paperwork; please help him as much as you can.
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