He’s just sleeping

He’s just sleeping most of the time right now, Megan’s stepmother told her. He’s not in any pain. He’s comfortable.

But he stopped taking food two days ago. Yesterday he started refusing water. It’s really just a matter of days — less than a week.

So we will go out there within the next day or so, as soon as we can figure everything out.

He’s just sleeping most of the time. For some reason that’s an image I’m having trouble getting out of my head and which is making me weep.

Please pray for Joe McKamey.


1 Response to “He’s just sleeping”

  1. 1 Gene Hawkridge 9 April 2009 at 2:51 pm

    I had the pleasure of working with Joe for several years as a director for the Northshore School District. I’m very sorry to learn about the unfortunate state of his health. Joe was a fine attorney and a fine advocate for education.

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