A day to remember

I spent my morning and lunch (about 4 hours) listening to the life stories of a dying man here in Grenada. It was wonderful. The stories were not that great, but the fact that he was telling them was great. We persuaded him to set up an appointment to see another doctor to explain what he can expect to happen to him in the next few weeks. I'll be taking him to that appointment. We are also working to get him to express his last wishes so they can be documented and turned over to a lawyer as his "will." He has not told his children or any of his family in the US what is happening to him. He again asked for a gun.