What’s the most surreal experience you’ve ever had?
The gentlemen I admitted was in the hospital to be made comfy in his last few hours. His family was with him.It was real sad to see him so sick, but he was headed to a better, pain-free place.
He wasn’t with me long, within the hour after admission, I suggested to his family that they spend time together and say their good-byes. Within the hour, he had passed away.
While in the room, taking care of my last details.The gentlemen’s brother walked to the bed, placed his hand on his leg and stated,
“I’d give anything to see him take one more breath.”
The patient had not moved a muscle in over ten minutes, the minute his brother made his statement, the patient sat straight up in the bed, his eyes open, took a deep breath and smiled. He fell backwards, onto his pillow and never moved again.
Being my first admission, I will never forget this man and his family. I truly believe I saw an act of God that night.