I just phoned work and talked to a colleague about a patient who's not doing well. In fact she's about to die. -It's a retirement home, people die. Happens all the time.
It's also the grandma of a neighbour, who's dd comes over to play at our house a lot. And so things come a bit cloeser than usual.
Anyway, I can take her off my list for next week. She won't be needing physical therapy anymore.
Maybe I get the chance to say goodbye tomorrow morning, maybe she'll be gone already. I'm just a bit sad. It's a lovely, old lady and I've treated her since I started working there.
Godspeed, Nanna K.
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