It's been a long, exhausting day (I'm still working) full of driving, traffic, stress of coordinating hospital discharges with the hospice admission, and rain, lots of rain. But seeing this sight is always welcomed. And sometimes, the smallest things you notice in the home of hospice patients can have the biggest impact. After wheeling this poor patient in on the stretcher & getting settled in bed, EMS drivers brought in the little bag of belongings. And closely what else followed? The patient's bible and reading glasses perched on top of it. Despite all the mess, difficulties & everything else that brought about a hospice diagnosis, this small act of faith touched me so much.
Sometimes it's the littlest things that have the biggest effects.