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Know that to find comfort, relax into the arms of Spirit.- Jonathan Lockwood Huie

Home is where we feel comfortable.- Jonathan Lockwood Huie

Today is the first day of the rest of your life.- Anonymous

May a thread of comfort be woven through your difficult days.- Mary Anne Radmacher
such a bright array of colors in this dish….we loved how this can be easily doubled up…one of the most fuss free dinner recipes we have ever made…comforting and absolutely delicious :-)

I wake up for breakfast. And . But mostly, breakfast.

This is no time for ease and comfort.It is time to dare and endure.- Winston Churchill
Sticky French toast and buttery English muffins are two treats I usually reserve for… well, nothing in particular. But, if I had a salad the day before, the next day naturally calls for carb loading.


“El verdadero Estilo No se Crea, Se cultiva…”

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The Field Lodge care home in St Ives, Cambs., which is behind the idea, already has a tuck shop set in a street-type setting where residents can go and buy supplies in a familiar setting.

Comfort and prosperity have never enrichedthe world as much as adversity has.- Billy Graham
Infrequently, a focus on comfort care may include the use of potentially life-sustaining measures, when these are consistent with a patient’s goals (e.g., when the patient wants to be kept alive with mechanical ventilation until a loved one can visit from afar or when withdrawing a treatment conflicts with the patient’s religious beliefs or cultural norms). In addition, the use of invasive interventional procedures, such as thoracentesis for the treatment of symptomatic pleural effusions, can promote comfort.

Begin each day as if it were on purpose.- Mary Anne Radmacher

Comfort care requires the meticulous palliation of troubling symptoms and offering of skilled psychosocial and spiritual support to the patient and the patient’s family (). However, the term is often used in a misleading or imprecise manner — for example, when such care is automatically considered equivalent to a do-not-resuscitate order and, perhaps even without discussion with the patient, is extrapolated to mean the exclusion of a full range of palliative measures appropriate for a dying patient. Rather than simply writing orders for “comfort care” (or “intensive comfort measures,” the term that we prefer), the medical team should review the entire plan of care and enter explicit orders to promote comfort and prevent unnecessary interventions.

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This was a yummy, yummy dish!! I’ve made several of your recipes so far and they have all been spot on! And so easy and quick which is what I need right now with 2 littles to run after!! I’ve jumped back into cooking after a several months long hiatus due to having my second baby and your site has made the transition smooth! Thank you so much Georgia!! Keep ’em coming!

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Hi Georgia, I just discovered your blog and I love it! The design is clean, the pictures are pretty and I like your style of writing. I tried this recipe and it is now in the oven. Can’t wait to taste the result. Cheers!

For serving, optional:Powdered sugarFresh berriesMaple syrup

Here we offer basic guidance regarding the management of common symptoms that affect hospitalized patients whose death is imminent. Because few high-quality studies address the management of symptoms in this population, we have often turned to investigations involving similar populations or to consensus statements on best practices for information. Our premise is that a brief, primarily pharmacologic, clinical guide should feature only a few essential, relatively inexpensive drugs that the clinician can become familiar with and learn to use confidently. Intravenous drug therapy is emphasized, since most hospitalized dying patients have an intravenous catheter, but suggestions for oral medications, which may be quite adequate in the hospital setting, are also included. If intravenous access is difficult to obtain, opioids and many other drugs can be administered conveniently by other routes, including through a subcutaneously placed butterfly needle that provides easy access for continuous or intermittent infusion.