So after Gladys got her diagnosis, the doctors pretty much decided to have her discharged as there wasn’t anything much they could do for her. So before she got discharged, we were frantically trying to locate this elusive Kakmega Hospice before she went back to her home (her home is pretty far from Kakamega and the journey twice would have been harrowing), only to discover that the Hospice is in the hospital she was at!!! 🙂
So we directed her there (for some reason, the doctors there didn’t feel the need to relay the fact that the hospice was a couple of metres from where they were…REALLY???? SERIOUSLY????) and she was told to go there the following week where she will get some medicines and I guess some sort of cancer therapy, maybe counselling as I was told that this is one of the services they offer at hospices. I know Gladys will need this coz she’s been through so much already.
So, that’s the progress so far. I’m thankful that God has brought her this far and I’m privileged to be used in this small way in her life. Keep praying and thank you all for everything!!!!
God bless you 🙂