I'm in NJ on an open-ended trip to be with Tina through her hardest time yet. I left on Friday, November 5th and have been here with family from all over the country.
Tina has gotten weaker since her trip to see the doctor. They told her that they were going to stop chemo and only treat her pain and anxiety. It seems that news triggered her body's response to begin the final process. Although the family and priest have told her that it is okay for her to let go, she is not yet ready. She is fighting to stay with us.
Your prayers, as always, are welcomed and very much appreciated. If you are wondering what else you can do, I think it would be great to find a family in your area going through the same type of situation and ask how you can help them. Tina has such an amazing support system but not everyone going through these types of situations do. I'm sure that would be a gift Tina would love for you to give. She has always volunteered and been a part of clubs and support groups that she would love for you to take that spirit of hers and share it with those you can.