Erin Home

Shannon wanted to pick Erin up today at the Care Center. I was concerned that they might want authorization for her to do so.  Luckily Denise, the Hospice RN, came to visit Erin just as they were preparing to leave, and she took care of the dismissal. Erin and Shannon ran errands for several hours before they came home.

Yesterday Erin had had a lot of visitors. Barbara, the hospice volunteer, bicycled in 100 degree heat from Campus Commons to the Care Center, which is about  8 miles. She had planned to take Erin out for a walk, but it was too hot. Marilou the Social Worker visited as well as Steve, Colleen, Brandon, and my social bridge friend of many years, Sue Mecum.

Clark and I had a great time at Bridge Camp and enjoyed the delightful surroundings of Tiburon. No, no gold medals, Anne!


3 thoughts on “Erin Home

  1. Barb Chase August 11, 2012 at 07:55 Reply

    I am so happy to read that you and Clark had such a good time at the Bridge event. Tiburon is a beautiful place as I remember it. It’s close to Sausalito isn’t it?
    It appears that the respite went well for Erin also. What a wonderful service respite care is!

  2. Liz X (@TheLizArmy) August 11, 2012 at 21:13 Reply

    Hey Erin and family!

    Liz here from the Glioma Girls tribe!

    I love checking in on Erin’s progress. I am sending good thoughts her way.

    Hugs to all of you.


    • bcwgolf August 12, 2012 at 21:12 Reply

      Hi Liz,

      Nice to hear from you. How are you doing?

      I have been trying to email you at the example.twittr address and it has bounced back twice.

      Are you seeing Dr. Lallana?

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