Dennis is on the home stretch of the journey. His final home is almost in sight. As much as we grieve the coming separation, we grieve with peace knowing a well body awaits. Most importantly, he will be face-to-face with his Savior.
Awhile ago when Dennis was doing really well he siad to me, "Don't take this wrong but I think I am going to beat this and part of me is really bummed by that." He went on to tell me that he was so looking forward to all that heaven had to offer.
The doctor has told us that moving him home at this point would be too traumatic. She expects Dennis to be with us a few days to a few weeks. We had discussed where it would be best for his final days to happen and how location might impact Brooklyn and there was no clear right or wrong in those choices but we are trusting that God orchestrated where he is now and we are at peace in that. Dennis is at Agrace Hospice in Fitchburg.
We know are parting is temporary. Someday, for those that know Christ, we will all be forever together.
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